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See. Touch. Learn. A revolutionary app serving as a visual learning and assessment system that can be shared with others on the Brain Parade user platform.

Free Language Development App

For the Casual User

Available as a FREE download from the Apple iTunes store, See.Touch.Learn. FREE let’s you try before you buy. It is also a cost effective way to buy only the features or libraries that you choose. With See.Touch.Learn. FREE you may also subscribe to the Brain Parade Community where you can download lessons created by See.Touch.Learn.® Pro users around the world.

Educational iPad App ImageKey Features

  • A starter set of stunning, high-quality images and lessons created by a certified assistant behavior analyst.
  • The ability to create your own custom lessons using the images provided.
  • Using your own images with the purchase of the Custom Card Creator add-on.
  • The option to purchase any of over 40 libraries containing more than 4,400 images and 2,200 exercises.
  • The option to subscribe to the Brain Parade Community for access to lessons shared by other users around the world.

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Download See.Touch.Learn. FREE Now

It’s FREE! Download See.Touch.Learn. from iTunes Today. Try the app that thousands of parents, teachers, language development specialists and more use for kids with special needs.

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  • - Jennifer

  • - Amy

  • - Jessica

  • “This app is by far one of the best apps for helping children with ASD.”

    - Parent in Suffern, NY

  • “I LOVE See.Touch.Learn. and I can’t remember what it was like when I didn’t have it!”

    - Denise Waite, SLP – Palm Bay, FL

  • “Thank you See Touch Learn for providing me the avenue me to create the best lessons I can for my students!”

    - Angela Ring, SLP – Long Beach, CA

  • - Jill

  • “I developed vocabulary activities with it. One of the vocabulary words was “moon”. A student’s grandmother reported, at an IEP meeting, as they were walking in the parking lot after shopping, he pointed upward and said, “There’s the moon.” This boy with Autism rarely spontaneously spoke! There was not a dry eye in the room at that moment.”

    - Emily Garcia – SLP – Johnstown, PA

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