Category: Press

Autism app prices slashed by 51%

This morning we issued a press release announcing that we are reducing the price of See.Touch.Learn.® Pro by 51% to just $16.99 (USD). That’s the lowest price ever for this autism and special needs app. Why? Over the past few years I have had the pleasure of speaking with hundreds of special education professionals, teachers, behavior consultants, speech.... Read More > >

Autism Live Show features Brain Parade

Yesterday Stephanie O’Brien and I had the opportunity to talk about See.Touch.Learn. on the incredibly informative Autism Live Show (www.autism-live.com). Hosted by Shannon Pernod, the Autism Live Show is an interactive webshow providing support, resources, information, facts, entertainment and inspiration to anyone working with children on the Autism Spectrum. It was a great experience and Shannon is.... Read More > >

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 > >

Brain Parade Appoints Board of Directors

I am proud to announce the appointment of a distinguished group of leaders to our newly formed Board of Directors. Their experience, expertise, and insight will guide Brain Parade in its continued growth, and help us make an even bigger difference in the lives of children with special learning needs. The inaugural members of the.... Read More > >

Debra Bryant’s guest blog on SmartBlog on Education

Debra Bryant is and expert and a thought leader on using technology to more effective reach the special need population.  She recently shared her thoughts with Smart Blog on Education and she had some nice things to say about Brain Parade and See.Touch.Learn. too.  Debra says that See.Touch.Learn. “has allowed me to develop skill-building.... 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 > >

See.Touch.Learn. Stimulates Minds

Fractus Learning chose See.Touch.Learn as one of “5 Different Education Apps to Stimulate Your Child’s Mind.” It’s easy to see why we made the list. There are thousands of images to choose from in this learning tool for children with special needs. Discover more here.

Debra Bryant Joins Brain Parade Advisory Board

 I am delighted to announce that Debra Bryant has joined the Brain Parade Advisory Board. She has been an avid user of See.Touch.Learn. to help her clients achieve successful results since 2011. During our collaboration over the past two years I have always been impressed with her passion for identifying innovative solutions that help.... Read More > >

Brain Parade Secures $700,000 Funding to Support Continued Growth

With three years of successful company growth and continued product innovation, I am delighted to announce the next stage in our company’s history.  We have closed a successful round of funding to accelerate our growth and company expansion. We plan to use the capital to expand our product capabilities and add to our staff. Since our.... Read More > >

Autism Speaks: Technology Resources of the Month

Autism Speaks chooses See.Touch.Learn.® as the Technology resource of the Month. See.Touch.Learn.® is an award winning visual learning and assessment application developed by Brain Parade® for the iPad that helps students develop essential life skills, while eliminating bulky flashcards and leveraging the interactivity of the iPad. Unlike other visual learning solutions, See.Touch.Learn. provides high‐quality photographs, instead of.... Read More > >