Special Education Resources Blog

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 > >

Sizing Your Images for use with See.Touch.Learn.

One of our most frequently received questions is “What is the best size for images for use in See.Touch.Learn.?”  We created a support topic that explains how to use the cropping feature that Apple provides in the Photos app to crop your images to the best size for See.Touch.Learn. I’ve posted the topic below.   Be.... Read More > >

Top 5 New Features in See.Touch.Learn. Pro 3.0

The most significant update to See.Touch.Learn. since its launch! We are days away from submitting the latest major update to See.Touch.Learn. to Apple for review. This update is jam packed with new features, improvements and and a slick new look that takes advantage of Apple’s latest iOS7 software. I thought I would give you.... 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 > >

Best Special Needs App for 2013

See.Touch.Learn. is a finalist in the “Best Special Needs App of 2013″ competition! We’re delighted to have made the finals and you can help us take home the top prize.  Just click on the picture below and vote for See.Touch.Learn. Vote for See.Touch.Learn. for Best Special Needs App Then share this page with your friends.... 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 > >