SPED Pad is pre-loaded with over one hundred special education applications organized into fifteen categories that focus on a broad range of skills. SPED K12 adds new apps on a regular basis, and our apps are reviewed and recommended by a panel of practitioners for their use with students who have special needs. Additionally, users can search for and load supplementary apps of their choice and place them in the available categories. Learn more
Students are sometimes distracted by the screens and content on tablets or mobile devices that clinicians use for personal purposes. SPED Pad has a unique advantage over other tablets or mobile devices because the screen can be customized so that only relevant apps are available to students. Learn more
The SPED App is designed to foster efficient and effective service delivery management. Secure and user-friendly, the SPED App includes 6 key features: Student Manager, Scheduler, Lesson Plans, Therapy Logs, Analytic Charts, and Reports. SPED App makes your daily work simple, efficient and transparent. SPED App is bundled with SPED Pad. Learn more
SPED Voice helps non-verbal children communicate and enhances their ability to integrate into the mainstream society. It's unique because it encourages children to acquire reusable words and have real conversations. Learn more
Ms. Katelynn provides therapy intervention to students with Autism, Asperger and Down syndrome. In this video, she speaks about how SPED Pad streamlines her work and also about quality of the apps.
Ms. Orin works in a county program with severely disabled students in middle and high school age groups. In this video, she speaks about organizing apps through the catalogue system in order to retrieve and use them to meet each unique student's needs or to serve specific populations.
Ms. Albena deals with a wide range of students from pre-school to middle school. In this video, she speaks about how SPED Pad positively supports traveling to multiple sites and the power of SPED Pad when compared to general purpose tablets.
Dr. Jay is a Speech-language Pathologist with over 40 years of experience in the public school system. In this video, he speaks about the three major components of SPED Pad and ease of use.
The SPED Pad independent case study was designed by Creative Strategies for Special Education (CSSE) to obtain and analyze feedback from a cohort of professionals who used SPED Pad as a supplemental resource tool in their therapy service programs during the 2012-2013 school year.
Employing an online survey and phone interviews, CSSE obtained data regarding the following key topics:
The results confirmed that SPED Pad's design and unique features provide a valuable resource for SLPs and OTs who find themselves challenged by the demands of their school therapy roles and responsibilities.