March 22, 2020

1. HIDE THE QUARANTINE SNACKS (For children who are non-verbal or have limited verbal skills)

- This is not just a way to prevent eating three weeks worth of snacks in a day — hiding the snacks or keeping preferred toys, etc. out of reach is a way to help children learn to communicate. The environment can play a role in whether a child develops a need to communicate through speec...

May 13, 2017

Funding and management assistance from NewSchools Venture Fund will fuel efforts to create exceptional special education tools for PreK-12

iTherapy, LLC is proud to announce its selection as a member of the 2017 Ignite cohort at NewSchools Venture Fund.

iTherapy, LLC is one of 15 ed tech companies awarded funding through the NewSchools Ignite Special Education Challenge. Each cohort member...

May 6, 2017

People with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) often struggle to master language -- both written and spoken. Yet more and more people with ASD are acquiring language through literacy first, and technology has helped make this connection for them. In fact, some people with ASD have become authors, bloggers, and poets.

Carly Fleischmann, an author who has autism writes, “I am not able to talk ou...

November 22, 2016

InnerVoice 2.0 will have a number of exciting features: 

SPEAK -- see your words appear in the speech bubble: touch the avatar’s mouth or the speech bubble and listen to the avatar say your words aloud. 

TYPE -- watch your words appear in the speech bubble: touch the avatar’s mouth or the speech bubble and listen to the avatar say your words aloud. 

PHOTOGRAPH -- take a picture and use the s...

July 22, 2016

Engaging, fun, Effective Communication at a fraction of the price

iTherapy and MotionPortrait, Inc. are proud to give you InnerVoice, setting a new standard for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) apps with never-before-seen features such as animated self-avatars and remote prompting.

InnerVoice will immerse you into a total communication environment — where you not o...

July 22, 2016

Read this article, and you will learn something new and useful.

Hopefully, the previous sentence activated your nucleus accumbens, a structure located deep in your brain that plays a key role in reward and learning mechanisms. Whether you’re playing a videogame, listening to music, eating chocolate, or learning something new and interesting, the nucleus accumbens supports all of these expe...

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