Computerade Products has been developing software for special needs for over 30 years - from the Apple II to the iPad.
Accessible Design for Education
Most of our products are designed for use by children or adults with special education needs including AAC users and learners with autism, orthopedic impairment, or language disorders.
Our products are easy-to-use with intrinsic reinforcement for successful completion that keep the user engaged in the learning task. A "try 'til you fly" approach!
Tom's Times Tables is our first app designed for a general population but with a Universal Design for Learning in mind.
Autoscan and Switch Support
We now include support for single switch autoscan and direct multi-switch. The version 1.1 update for Sentence Key, Sentence Key Chores, Sentence Match and Sentence Match Chores is now available. If you have version 1.0 the update is free.
Sentence Key Chores & Sentence Match Chores
If you like Sentence Key and/or Sentence Match, our new apps Sentence Key Chores and Sentence Match Chores provide 91 new sentences and pictures.
Family-Friendly iPad Apps
Our apps are inexpensive and suitable for family or school use.
Our apps are only for iPad, and available in Apple's App Store.
See the Products Page for links to descriptions of each app.
Our apps are easy-to-use and do not include advertisements, web links, or in-app purchases.
Computerade Products supports the family-friendly goals for apps set by "Moms with Apps".
We welcome feedback from users and would love to hear your suggestions for improvements.
Our other special education products run on Windows based PCs. They are distributed by Mayer-Johnson LLC including: Calcu-Scan, Picture Sentence Key, Picture Sentence Match and Board-Builder. See the Products page.
Our apps do not collect data for use by Computerade Products or anyone else!
We are located in Cardiff-by-the-Sea, California.
Phone: 760-942-3343 ----- No solicitors please!
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last updated 30 Nov 2013