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TAPit® reinforces its commitment to meeting the needs of special education students at BETT 2015

London, England, 20 January 2015 — Underscoring its commitment to provide special needs students with an effective interactive and assistive learning solution, TAPit®, developers of the first ADA-compliant interactive learning station, today announced that it will be demonstrating its unique educational platform at BETT 2015 in the ExCeL London Convention Center at Stand #SN90.Read More

Machine uses online shopping, Facebook, in rehab

EVELYN Bramley was working in a pharmacy three years ago when she suffered a brain haemorrhage and stroke. The then 49-year-old spent the next six months in The Alfred hospital, her attentive husband Russell and three adult daughters by her side. Read More

Launceston Times

Effectiveness of Assistive Technology

The effectiveness of assistive technology (TAP-it and VizZle) to enhance progress of young children with autism spectrum disorders.
Linda Crane Mitchell, PhD
Melissa Engleman, EdD
Maureen T. Linden, MS... Read More

TAPit Technology Gift to Special Needs Students

In February, Paula Ramsay’s special education preschool classroom at Vineland School in the Twin Rivers Unified School District received a very special delivery! After writing and posting a project on the website DonorsChoose.org in August, 2011, Ms Ramsay’s dreams to add technology to her classroom came true when TAP-it (Touch Accessible Platform for Integrated Technology) arrived... Read More

Glenda's Assistive Technology Information

Assistive technology is any kind of technology and/or tool that can be used to enhance the functional independence of a person with a disability. Often, for people with disabilities, accomplishing daily tasks such as communicating with others, going to school or work, or participating in activities can be a challenge. Assistive Technology (AT) devices are tools to help overcome those challenges and enable people living with disabilities to enhance and have access to a quality of life, that may otherwise not be known, and lead more independent lives... Read More