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Can virtual reality and the smart watch help children with special needs to travel independently?

When it comes to travelling to school and work, the special needs parent has much to worry about: Will my child get lost? Will they know what to do if they get into an accident? Who can help if they get into a meltdown? […]

March 14th, 2018|Stories|0 Comments

Need a toy for a special-needs child? Just hack the one you have

Toys and playthings are extremely important for the development of children. They helping children develop cognitive and motor skills, and stimulates their creativity.

Unfortunately, not all children have easy access to toys. […]

March 12th, 2018|Stories|0 Comments

Could a robot help preschool kids learn better?

Pre-schoolers are not known for their patience. They’d love to do anything but sit and listen to a teacher […]

February 22nd, 2018|Stories|0 Comments

4 things you may have missed at Tote Board’s A Good Day Out carnival

On 10 February, we checked out A Good Day Out, a carnival at Gardens by the Bay organised by the […]

February 17th, 2018|Stories|0 Comments

Roger Pen: The hearing solution for all occasions?

The idea behind the Roger Pen is simple: A discrete, wireless directional microphone that you place in your pocket or on a conference room table, piping sound directly into your hearing aid. […]

December 20th, 2017|Stories|0 Comments

Uber expands on-demand car hire service for disabled and senior riders

uberASSIST, the car hire service that helps passengers with special mobility needs to travel independently, has been expanded. […]

November 28th, 2017|Stories|0 Comments