See Touch Learn – Great Looking iPad App for Those with Autism and Special Needs

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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 that brings picture cards into the 21st Century – and is designed specifically for those with autism and other special needs.

Here’s a slice of its App Store page including some of its most notable features

Parents and professionals use See.Touch.Learn.™ to build custom picture card lessons and automatically track their child’s responses. Includes a starter set of stunning, high-quality images and 60 exercises created by a certified assistant behavior analyst! Additional libraries of images and lessons are available for purchase from within the app.

✔ Build, save, copy and reuse your custom lessons
✔ No more organizing and reorganizing cards for each student
✔ Create unlimited scenarios and prompts
✔ Thousands of gorgeous picture cards to choose from
✔ Your entire collection is portable – take it with you everywhere
✔ Never misplace a card – Images are automatically backed up
✔ Save hundreds of dollars – only a fraction of the cost of physical cards
✔ No cards to wear out
✔ No cards to lose

With all the myriad use-cases for the iPad, this is still one of the areas that makes you recall Steve Jobs’ initial description of it as a ‘magical and revolutionary’ device – and makes you feel as if the device is living up to those words.

Patrick Jordan

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