Bilah was an 18 month little girl who still had yet to crawl or want to put any weight on her hands. When she was introduced to a new type of crawling device named the "iCan Crawler," her physical functionality expanded. Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida, Down Syndrome, TBI are what can inhibit this process of not being able to crawl. However, this very strong, lightweight, & portable device is the new crawling assistant of today.
Perfect for the holidays, the TalkTrac wearable communicator makes on-the-go communication easier than ever. Our assistive technology stores 8 messages for special needs users to be more comfortable in social situations.
Time Timer (Apple): The Time Timer app displays time as a red disk that quietly gets smaller as time elapses. Children as young as three understand that when the red is gone, time is up! And unlike many other visual timers, the Time Timer app has a professional look and packed feature set to help adults make every moment count.
"1) Text-to-speech software provides a reading experience that combines seeing with hearing. 2) Many e-readers and digital devices offer text-to-speech apps and options. 3) Talk to the IEP team if you think your child could benefit from TTS as an assistive technology tool."