Educational Tools and Apps

Learning Apps, Tools & Aids

  •  Connect2Compete, from Cox Communications. Any family with a student who qualifies for the  Federally Funded Free and Reduced School Lunch program can now have access to reduced price internet services and computers. Please note that the Connect2Compete program is not specific to any one particular school district. This program is available to ANY family. 
  • Hands on Task, Inc.Our products are designed for special needs classrooms and settings where there is a need for basic and vocational training materials for alternate curriculum to meet IEP and state required goals.
  • SALT  Strategic Alternative LearningTechniques Center Welcome to the SALT Center! We are honored to be part of a nationally recognized and locally grounded in best practices Center for students with learning and attention challenges.
  • eReadingPro is a system for teaching reading to individuals of all ages who are visual learners. The program equips the parent or teacher with everything they need to teach a child to read for a 14-month period. It is engaging, motivating and fun!”
  • Channing Bete Company, Inc. If your child has a learning disability this handbook is for you.
  • Founded by an early childhood educator in 1978, Discovery Toys continues to grow from a passion for education. Today, it is the leader in learning toys for early childhood education as the foremost direct marketing company of its kind in the category.
  • The TV Teacher Our educational videos are designed for children ages 2 – 8 years old.
  • Empowering IndependenceFreedom Scientific products have helped people worldwide to achieve their goals despite blindness, low vision, or learning disabilities.
  • TalkTools® has developed user-friendly products to support the hierarchical approach of oral placement therapy.
  • Handwriting Without Tears Millions of students all over the world use Handwriting Without Tears. Our easy-to-teach, easy-to-learn curriculum makes handwriting mastery joyful for students and their teachers.
  • The Down Syndrome Foundation of Orange County Learning Program was created to bridge the gap between research and practice. Although researchers continue to discover more about how people with Down syndrome learn, their insight has been slow to filter to parents and teachers. The program focuses on parents as first-teachers for their children, bringing the fruits of research into practice. Knowledgeable parents can work more effectively with their children and give them a jump-start on education. The program also arms parents to serve as capable advocates for their children in the educational process.
  • Arizona Early Intervention Program The Arizona Early Intervention Program (AzEIP) is Arizona’s statewide, interagency system of supports and services for infants and toddlers with developmental delays or disabilities and their families.
  • Woodbine House a trusted source for books on disabilities in English ans Sapnish
  • Getting Started iPads for Special Needs The iPad can be a very powerful tool for the special needs user, but deciding to buy one is not the end of the story. This handbook addresses not only why you should consider an iPad for your special needs user, but also which one to buy, the accessories that may be necessary for a special needs user – case, stylus, keyboards, switch access, Braille interfaces, wheelchair mounting and more – all with a particular focus on the special needs user. This book will also guide you through goal setting, basic and advanced set up options, finding apps and encouraging your user to interact with the iPad
  • Looking for an App for your iPad or other device? Look no further.  Math, spelling, manors, reading, socializing.   Something for all ages and needs! (Updated weekly) iPad and other device Learning Apps
  • LAMP Words for Life™ A Full Vocabulary AAC Language App Available on the iPad.  The LAMP Words for Life app, based on the Unity® language system, is now available on the iPad in the United States and Canada. Unity is a language system used by thousands of clients around the world to enable independent communication for people with disabilities.
  • Down syndrome speech — Speech Therapy DVDs can help your child begin to speak. ..It’s our goal at Baby BumbleBee to provide parents with these educationally appropriate DVDs, flashcards and apps for infants and toddlers. Many of the “Edutainment” products available for this age group make outrageous claims about the benefits their products can offer children. We take a different approach to learning. Our products focus on the development of specific age-appropriate skills and use time-tested approaches to teaching those skills.  We also strive to produce content that is “low-stimulus” (you can read more about this below, if you wish).  It’s important to keep in mind that the first three years of life are critical to your child’s intellectual, social and emotional growth. www​.babybumblebee​.com

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