Brain Parade is led by a team of dedicated and talented individuals whose broad expertise and deep experience complement each other.
Our goals are in line with the results of our products: to help parents, educators and caretakers to educate with an effective, intelligent application.
Jim McClafferty has 25 years experience in technology, consulting and financial services for companies ranging in size from 40 to 250,000 employees. Mr. McClafferty’s fascination for technology innovation has been a driving force behind his career and business success. He served as a technology futurist for his employers like Accenture and GE, evaluating new developments and positioning the company to take advantage of them. His goal has always been to build better products, improve efficiency, reduce costs and increase revenue.
When Apple released the iPad in 2010, Mr. McClafferty saw an opportunity to bridge his love of technology with an underserved market: education for those with special needs and other developmental challenges. He founded Brain Parade® in September 2010 and designed See.Touch.Learn.® to improve the lives of those children, their parents and their teachers.
Stephanie O’Brien is a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst and has spent 12 years working directly with children with autism, training parents, teachers, and therapists, delivering workshops and consulting with school districts on their special education programs. Mrs. O’Brien has worked with clients across the United States and Canada, and as far away as Japan.
Mrs. O’Brien serves on Brain Parade’s advisory board and is the company’s education subject matter expert. She is involved in product design, customer training and support, and product marketing for See.Touch.Learn.
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“This app is by far one of the best apps for helping children with ASD.”
“I LOVE See.Touch.Learn. and I can’t remember what it was like when I didn’t have it!”
“Thank you See Touch Learn for providing me the avenue me to create the best lessons I can for my students!”