Research

VideoTote

Highly effective video modeling app for work, school, and home - first published results appearing in the Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation in 2013.

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My Visual Timetable

Visual timetables are used by schools and parents of children on the Autistic Spectrum, and others with special needs, to try and limit feelings of anxiety about upcoming tasks and events. 'My Visual Timetable' has been developed to provid... More...

IMPACT Every Day

An iPad enabled platform that revolutionizes autism care and education. It allows you to easily and intuitively create customized daily schedules for individuals with Autism. 

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Social Stories

Tool for developing social stories for kids of any age.

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Routinely

Routinely lets you create visual schedules with tasks, choices, and timers.

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UTeach Toddler

Use this app to teach your toddler , child, adult  pictures and the word that describes the image. Electronic flashcards that can be used over and over again. Uteach toddler has a unique system, where, in MOTHER mode , you take the photo, or ... More...

Kindergarten Reading

Follow Milo the Meerkat and his sidekick Puffs through the zoo on a phonics learning adventure! Kindergarten Reading has 9 different word and letter activities that help kids learn by feeding and playing with flamingos, monkeys, lions, and more. C... More...

My Daily Tasks

My Daily Tasks is designed for two types of individuals. The first are individuals who have already purchased a competing AAC product and are happy with it. They are not interested in purchasing another AAC product like Able AAC but need a sc... More...

Meet Heckerty

Heckerty is a gentle, zany, 409 year-old green-faced witch made famous by England's famed Royal Storyteller, Ann Rachlin. With a heart of gold, Heckerty finds the world confusing and makes mistakes as we all do — the wonderful interactiv... More...

VizZle Student Player

The VizZle Student Player (TM) is a kid-friendly environment that allows educators and parents to launch interactive instructional lessons for children who learn best from visually supported materials (e.g. children with autism, in early education... More...

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