Apps For Special Education Awards
We are delighted to have received many awards and accolades for our company and our products. Below you will find some of the recognition we are most proud of.
Our goals are in line with the results of our products: to help parents, educators and caretakers to educate with an effective, intelligent application.
Just weeks after being ranked among Top 5 Early Childhood Classroom Skills apps by appoLearning, See.Touch.Learn.® has also been ranked in the Top 5 Elementary School Autism apps! appoLearning lists “The best educational iPad apps, handpicked by experts”. According to Tech Crunch, for each education app category, “five apps are shown, each rated on a scale out of.... Read More>>
The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) recognized four education technology solutions with awards for originality, innovation, and industry promise. At the SIIA Ed Tech Industry Summit, See.Touch.Learn. was voted by 350 attendees as being the Most Likely to Succeed education technology product. “This field of Innovation Incubator participants shows tremendous promise for shaping the future.... Read More>>
STAMFORD, Conn. (April 18, 2013) – Brain Parade®, a developer of learning solutions for children with autism and other developmental disabilities, has been chosen as one of ten Innovation Incubator participants by the Education Division of the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA). The product of note is its iPad app, See.Touch.Learn., a visual.... Read More>>
The SIIA Innovation Incubator Program identifies and supports entrepreneurs in their development and distribution of innovative learning technologies. The program began in 2006 and has provided support for dozens of successful products and companies in their efforts to improve education through the use of software, digital content and related technologies. “This year’s Innovation Incubator.... Read More>>
“Highly recommended by our community of homeschooling moms.” Read the Article.
“Welcome to our “Editors’ Choice” page, this is where we feature the best Apps that we have tested with children who have special needs.” Read the Article.
Teachers With Apps has chosen See.Touch.Learn.® Pro as one of 2012′s Best apps for Special Needs, calling it “a very powerful learning tool. Check it out here!
The Mass High Tech business journal highlighted Brain Parade as a startup to watch. Mass High Tech covers the hi tech industry in the New England region. Click here to read the article.
See.Touch.Learn. featured in Washington Post article. “We asked Joan L. Green, a speech-language pathologist in Potomac and the author of “The Ultimate Guide to Assistive Technology in Special Education,” to share some of her favorite iPad apps for kids with special needs.” See the full article here
“Remember flashcards? You can now throw them away and never worry about losing ripping a card again . . . perfect for Speech Therapists using the ABA method and it’s user-friendly, ideal for new users to the iPad.” See the full blog post here
. . . If you’re willing to invest the time and money, it’s a complete and total game-changer for education on the iPad . . .
Wow! The folks at Technology in (SPL) Education really nailed it – “This not an app but a tool that allows you to build so many programs on your own, the possibilities are endless.” They also highlighted a few areas where they felt the product could be improved, and guess what – we’re already.... Read More>>