Proloquo2Go Free Training

Proloquo2Go is a full-featured communication tool that offers a solution for people who have difficulty speaking. This app essentially turns the iPad/iPod Touch into an Augmentative Alternative Communication Device. While this app has much to offer, it can also have…

iPad Mouthstick Stylus

Mouthstick Stylus for iPad with the conductive fabric stylus sock concept; no drag, no pressure. When a customer with high level quadriplegic ordered a regular Stylus Socks stylus, several custom approaches were taken for a proper experience. Under normal circumstances,…

iPad Steady Stylus

Steady Stylus for iPad with the conductive fabric stylus sock concept; no drag, no pressure.   What you get is a handmade, durable, fully conductive T-shaped stylus. The grip is made from transparent rubber wrapped around a wooden stick. The…

Make you own iPad Stylus iPad Stylus Socks Pro

Make you own iPad Stylus with iPad Stylus Sock Pro! Stylus Socks Pro for iPad with the conductive fabric stylus sock concept; no drag, no pressure.The main Stylus Socks concept still applies; a hand-sewed sock of highly conductive fabric wrapped…

Apple Launches iPad 2 March 11th

Apple Launches iPad 2 available March 11. The new iPad will help special needs users with a built in camera to help you customize communication apps right on the iPad itself.

Trident Kraken Hybrid Case for iPad

One of the parents in our iPad group uses this case with their 2 special needs kids. They have been using iPod Touches for 4 years now and like Trident Kraken Hybrid Case for iPad. This is very robust, drool…

iPad Stand for $8!

What a great idea, i had to post this. Babies with iPads It was $7.98 with free shipping from ebay. It is supposed to attach to a car windshield to us the iPad as a GPS. It would not stand…

An iPad case for special needs

I liked the case the moment I saw it. At the time the mission was to find the ideal case for 7 special needs classrooms for students of all abilities and needs. We were looking for a case that would…

Connecting an iPad to a Wheelchair

My son received his first wheelchair today and my first though was how amI going to hook up his iPad. One of the parents was gracious enough to allow me to photograph their setup.So I though I would share with…

Which iPad Should I Buy For My Child?

This is a great question and is the first most parents ask. My short answer is to buy the least expensive device. Why? Kids tend to break things. I feel better about that if it’s less expensive versus more expensive….

Noah’s iPad Story So Far

My son Noah has had his iPad for about 4 months. He is now two and half years old. He has moderate Cerebral Palsy that affects both his lower body (i.e., he does not walk yet) and upper body, arms,…

iPad Basic Buttons

The beauty of the iPad is how simple the hardware is. There are not a ton of buttons. For my learner, it is very easy for him to understand and use. Picture 1: iPad Front View This is the front…

Getting Started with the Website

Getting started is easy! First Step: Register with the site. You will need a valid email address andyou can add a picture. Information: The site is organized under Getting Started, Applications, Community andAbout. These are main categories that all of…

How to Take a screenshot on the iPad

Here is a link to a great article with pictures.(http://www.simplehelp.net/2010/04/03/how-to-take-a-screenshot-of-your-ipad/) Basically it is a two step process. Take the screenshot, then move it off the ipad. Steps 1 – Take the Screenshot: when you setup the screen you want to…