Category: Great Story!

World Autism Awareness Day 2014

This morning I participated in the World Autism Awareness Day ceremony in my hometown of Stamford, CT. The event was organized by Stamford Education 4 Autism (SE4A) and its tireless President, Robin Portanova. The Mayor, Schools Superintendent, and numerous members of the city government, schools and private sector were there along with over 50.... Read More > >

Praise for See.Touch.Learn. from Bancroft School’s Beth Greer

Bancroft School in Haddonfield, NJ has been one of our oldest and most progressive customers. Recently Beth Greer, assistive technology specialist at Bancroft spoke with Tech & Learning magazine about the use of technology at Bancroft. She had particular praise for Brain Parade saying “The teachers at Bancroft are especially enamored of See.Touch.Learn.Pro. It’s.... Read More > >

Brain Parade Partners with Autism Speaks for Mega iPad Giveaway

On Dec. 9 Autism Speaks shipped 800 iPads and 800 copies of See.Touch.Learn. Pro to individuals in the autism community across 46 states. The recipients were between the ages of 4 and 60 years old and were selected from almost 16,000 applicants to the Autism Speaks grant program. Brain Parade is delighted to be a sponsor.... Read More > >

Say Hello to our iPad mini winner

Last week we concluded the “Share Your Story” promotion and chose one lucky contributor to receive an iPad mini. Congratulations Monika of Fort Worth, TX and her son Manny pictured here with his new iPad. We’ll post some of the great stories we received right here soon! -Jim

Top Five Elementary School Autism Apps

See.Touch.Learn.® Pro ranked in Top Five Elementary School Autism apps by appoLearning Just weeks after being ranked among top Five Early Childhood Classroom Skills apps by appoLearning, See.Touch.Learn.® has also been ranked in the top Five Elementary School Autism apps! appoLearning lists “The best educational iPad apps, handpicked by experts”. Click below for: The.... Read More > >

Most Likely to Succeed Education Technology Product

  I just returned from San Francisco and the annual Ed Tech Industry Summit hosted by the SIIA (Software & Information Industry Association) where I had an opportunity to present Brain Parade and See.Touch.Learn. to the audience of 350 SIIA members. I was part of the SIIA Education Division’s Innovation Incubator competition. Back in.... Read More > >

Our iPad mini Winner – Cindy Devine

Congratulations to Cindy Devine, winner of the iPad mini contest in the Brain Parade® Community! The Brain Parade® Community (accessible from See.Touch.Learn.® Pro) is a place where See.Touch.Learn. Pro users can share lessons and libraries with eachother. Since its launch in November, over 400 new lessons and libraries have been shared! Cindy is one.... Read More > >

Brain Parade – A 2012 “Tech Company to Watch”

Connecticut Technology Council calls Brain Parade “A 2012 Tech Company to Watch” The Connecticut Technology Council selected 75 companies to participate this year as Tech Companies to Watch, representing an array of technology verticals. Most are recent start-ups, a few are more mature tech companies who have been in business for a few years.... Read More > >

A Very Rewarding Event

  September 19, 2012 I’m sitting on a flight home from St. Louis and reflecting on the past two days at the Touch Technology Applications for Children with Special Needs Conference. I first became aware of this event when a Facebook friend Debra Bryant told me about it. Debra is a BCaBA, LBA, and.... Read More > >