Category: Video

Get Ready to Celebrate with Us!

It has been a while since I’ve shared an update with you, and there is a lot to tell you. Most recently, Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc here on the east coast and our thoughts and prayers go out to those affected. The impact for us at Brain Parade in Connecticut, while frustrating, was minor.... Read More > >

FoxNews.com interviews Brain Parade founder Jim McClafferty

Did you catch Brain Parade Founder Jim McClafferty on Fox News.com last week? I had a great conversation with Meg Baker at FoxNews.com about See.Touch.Learn. and how it is being used to help children with special needs. Brain Parade Founder interviewed on Fox News AppAttack segment by Meg Baker Click here see the interview..... Read More > >

Sneak Peek – See.Touch.Learn. Version 2.0!

We’re Excited! We’ve been hard at work making See.Touch.Learn. even better and we think we’ve got some really exciting new features that you are going to love. Many of these new features are based on your feedback. We’re working hard to have this available to you in early September! Here are a few of.... Read More > >

iPad Insight says, “See.Touch.Learn. – Great Looking iPad App for Those with Autism and Special Needs”

See Touch Learn – Great Looking iPad App for Those with Autism and Special Needs See. Touch. Learn. is a hugely impressive looking iPad app from Brain Parade, a publisher dedicated to creating solutions for children with autism and other developmental challenges. The app is described as “a picture learning system for the iPad.... Read More > >

Hoopla Ha features See.Touch.Learn.

See.Touch.Learn. in Action! If you havent visited Hoopla Ha yet, you should. What is Hoopla Ha? Here is how they describe themselves “HooplaHa.com was created as your instant dose of uplifting, feel-good video guaranteed to put a smile on your face every day!” If you are tired of the sad news of the day,.... Read More > >

Brain Parade Featured in Student’s Honors English Project

Inspired by the TEDx Classroom Project, Teacher Mark Weidman asked his “100 Honors students to articulate what matters most to them . . . a new kind of research process: one that takes them into the world of thought, invention, and inspiration that is TED.com.” One student, Jasmine M., chose to speak about helpful.... Read More > >