iAutism reviews See.Touch.Learn.™ I told you about Francesc, Susana and Ivan at iAutism.info and their great app reviews in my blog. Well, Saturday evening Francesc wrote a wonderful review of See.Touch.Learn. Check out the review of See.Touch.Learn. and all the … Continue reading
Why are People with Autism Motivated by the Computer? Today’s Community Connections email newsletter from Autism Speaks includes an interview with Vicki Clarke, Owner and President of Dynamic Therapy Associates, Inc. and Vicki provides what I believe is the clearest … Continue reading
This made my day! I want to share with you feedback that I received from one See.Touch.Learn. user. This review was posted in iTunes this morning and really made my day. I’d love to hear your stories too. Please share … Continue reading
See.Touch.Learn. has been added to the Autism Speaks Directory of Autism Apps. View the complete directory at http://www.autismspeaks.org/community/resources/apps.php In addition, the directory will be referenced in the upcoming Autism Speaks Community Connections newsletter in an article about autism and technology. … Continue reading
We’ve added some instructional videos to show you show to get the most out of See.Touch.Learn. Check them out on our support page at http://brainparade.com/products/support/instructional-videos/
Thanks to Gary James at A4CWSN for a great Video Review of See.Touch.Learn. Gary James at A4CWSN.com (Apps 4 Children With Special Needs) recorded a video review of See.Touch.Learn. and posted the video on his website. Gary does video reviews … Continue reading
Check out what app is the #1 “New & Noteworthy” app in the Education Category!
How can I find good apps for my child? I get this question all the time from people who are excited about the iPad, who know that it can really provide great benefits to their children, but are overwhelmed by … Continue reading
It’s live! I am thrilled to announce that See.Touch.Learn.™, is now available as a FREE download in the iTunes store! So go ahead and download it right now!! Make sure that you give the product your best review in iTunes … Continue reading
Wow. Miracle device. That’s a pretty strong statement. Fox news ran an article today about the amazing success of the iPad as a learning device for children with autism. It reinforces what we’ve been saying at Brain Parade for a … Continue reading
We wanted to have a parade to celebrate the launch of our flagship product See.Touch.Learn.™, but you wouldn’t believe the number of permits required!! So we figured an iPad giveaway might be more practical! That’s right, we are giving away … Continue reading
While we are waiting for Apple to approve the product and make it available in iTunes, I thought I’d give you a sneak preview so you can see what it looks like.
Yesterday’s iPad2 announcement was pure Apple flash and excitement. One really exciting part was a video that Apple CEO Steve Jobs showed which discussed the many uses of the iPad. Notable among those uses was as a tool for working … Continue reading