Special Learning, Inc. to Sponsor a Two-day “Touch Technology Applications for Children With Special Needs Conference & Expo”

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Special Learning is pleased to be a sponsor of the two-day “Touch Technology Applications for Children With Special Needs Conference & Expo” to take place on September 17 & 18, 2012 at the Renaissance St. Louis Airport Hotel in St. Louis, Missouri.

Sponsored by Special Learning, Inc.

Special Learning Sponsors Touch Technology Applications for Children with Special Needs Conrefence and Expo 2012

Special Learning, Inc., a comprehensive Autism solutions company, is proud to be a sponsor of the upcoming two-day “Touch Technology Applications for Children With Special Needs Conference & Expo.” Autism educators and parents of children with Autism have come to rely on the Special Learning resource portal to keep current on research and best practices in Autism education and training. Technology has played a key role in their ability to provide the market with flexible learning platforms that enhance learning opportunities for children with Autism anytime, anywhere. To meet the demand for more information on how to use touch-screen mobile technologies with Special Learning’s comprehensive learning platform in a child’s daily life, Special Learning has teamed up with Touch Technology to fill this knowledge gap.

The Touch Technology conference and expo supports Special Learning’s mission to make an impact in the lives of individuals with Autism by leveraging the power of mobile technology to deliver cost-effective ABA therapy solutions. Each week, the company adds life-enhancing products to their Autism learning platform, all of which can be easily delivered through mobile technologies, as well as web platforms and traditional media. Special Learning’s market leading mobile applications will be part of a wide range of innovative mobile apps being demonstrated at the conference. New applications are being added daily.

This conference brings together leading practitioners and researchers who will share and demonstrate the latest touch technology applications in therapy, school, home and social settings through live demonstrations and videos. Participants will be able to customize their conference experience through two days of break-out sessions. The Touch Technology exhibition is the place to test the latest applications, provide feedback on the latest in touch technology for children with special needs, and see live demos on select models of touch-screen tablet devices to allow you to see these apps in operation before purchasing them.

About Touch Technology and ABA Consulting Services, LLC
Through the Touch Technology Conference, ABA Consulting Services LLC, is committed to providing quality education in the use of touch-screen tablet technology for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and learning disabilities. The inaugural event Touch Technology Applications for Children With Special Needs provides a conference for app developers, parents, professionals, and special educators to come together so that children with special needs can be served in the most effective way possible. The goal of the conference is to provide engaging educational forums where parents and professionals can share their needs and experiences with app developers and contribute to the development of new apps.

About Special Learning (http://www.special-learning.com)
Special Learning is dedicated to becoming the global leader for Autism and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) solutions by leveraging technology to offer every person diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) the opportunity to attain an abundant and fulfilling life. Through its comprehensive information and resource portal, Special Learning provides the global Autism community with a broad range of free products, tools and services. Its comprehensive product line includes ABA training and education products, iPhone and Android Apps, web-based and downloadable tools, and professional services designed to empower parents, teachers and providers so that they can help individuals with Autism move up the skills spectrum intuitively, successfully and affordably.

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