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Testimonials

“ONEder enables our district to monitor the progress of our most significantly impacted youngsters who traditionally were not able to be monitored with traditional testing, and provides a vehicle for all children to receive their instruction in the least restrictive learning environment.”

Heidi Friedstein, Special Education Coordinator, Everett Public Schools

“Oneder has been an invaluable tool in our clinic for training, teaching new skills/concepts and as a therapy tool. We are using it with clients of all ages and disability conditions. The ability to create one set of materials and then share it between therapists and to multiple clients has been an initial time saver. Once assigned we are able to customize the lesson to the needs of the client and add therapy goals for data collection with minimal effort and time. Being able to customize data is an essential element in our practice.”

Melanie Johnston, Executive Director, Brite Success

“At the Allegheny Intermediate Unit, teachers and speech therapists are learning to Oneder. This powerful platform is being utilized to enhance learning for students who struggle with traditional instructional tools. Oneder enables educators across the county to seamlessly combine images, videos, messages, schedules, and more into personalized, meaningful activities that enhance expression and foster independence. Embedded data tracking, progress reporting, and the ability to share lessons, saves educators valuable time while individualizing instruction.”

Michelle Lubetsky, M.Ed, BCBA, Allegheny Intermediate Unit

“Oneder has changed the way therapists, teachers, and families approach the task of teaching language development, social expectations and functional communication for our diverse student population.”

Beth Campanelli , CCC-SLP, Porthier Elementary School

Research, Evaluations, Case Studies

The following Research, Evaluations, and Case Studies were conducted using the Autismate and TeachMate365 platforms which have been upgraded to our new platform, Oneder. The same research based tools are available in Oneder and being used in the same capacity

“Teaching discriminated requests to an individual with autism spectrum disorder using grid, scene, and hybrid displays on an iPad AAC application”

Cindy Gevarter, Mark F. O’Reilly, Laura Rojeski, Laci Watkins, Michelle Kuhn, Heather Gonzales, Nicolette Sammarco, The University of Texas at Austin

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“The Effectiveness of the AutisMate Ipad Application on Communication and Socialization with in Children with Autism”

Julie Ivey-Hatz, Ph.D., LSSP Associate Professor, Director of Baylor Autism Resource Clinic

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“AutisMate App Evaluation from a Behavior Analytic Point of View”

Nichole O’Donnell, BCaBA, Including Kids, Inc.

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“Examining the implementation of TeachMate365, specifically the use of visual schedules to increase ability to independently transition between environments, increase time on task, and decrease prompt dependency”

Beth Campanelli, CCC-SLP, Woonsocket Public Schools

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“Examining the implementation of TeachMate365, specifically the use of visual scene displays with embedded hotspots to increase spontaneous requesting and decrease prompt dependency”

Beth Campanelli, CCC-SLP, Woonsocket Public Schools

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“Examining the implementation of Teachmate365, specifically the use of video modeling within a group setting to increase attention to task”

Beth Campanelli, CCC-SLP, Woonsocket Public Schools

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“Examining the implementation of Teachmate365, specifically the use of visual schedules to increase attention to task and independent task completion”

Beth Campanelli, CCC-SLP, Woonsocket Public Schools

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“Video Based Interventions For Children with ASD – Using Mobile Technology to enhance communication and educational instruction”

Gemma White, CCC-SLP

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Research

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Assistive Technology as a Self-Management Tool for Prompting Students with Intellectual Disabilities to Initiate and Complete Daily Tasks: A Literature Review

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Assistive Technology as a Self-Management Tool for Prompting Students with Intellectual Disabilities to Initiate and Complete Daily Tasks: A Literature Review

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Research Name

Assistive Technology as a Self-Management Tool for Prompting Students with Intellectual Disabilities to Initiate and Complete Daily Tasks: A Literature Review

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Research name

Assistive Technology as a Self-Management Tool for Prompting Students with Intellectual Disabilities to Initiate and Complete Daily Tasks: A Literature Review

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Research name

Assistive Technology as a Self-Management Tool for Prompting Students with Intellectual Disabilities to Initiate and Complete Daily Tasks: A Literature Review

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