Great Tablet Giveaway Program rewards schools and therapy centers with tablet devices
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (Oct. 17, 2013) – ABPathfinder, LLC, developer of special education and therapy management solutions, announces its Great Tablet Giveaway Program, which supplies free tablet computers to schools and therapy centers implementing its software. Recent MCH Strategic Data indicates that only 13 percent of technology-using schools have tablet devices. ABPathfinder seeks to better support its customers by supplying effective software, and providing the tools needed to implement the software.
“The software provides real-time data collection abilities, both online and offline,” said ABPathfinder CEO and President Jeff Blackwood. “By supplying tablets to our customers, we equip them with a way to access this data while on-site with the child.”
Shrinking the time spent on paperwork and administrative tasks, the management solution frees more time to invest in each child’s progress. The Great Tablet Giveaway maximizes the company’s efforts to address the growing prevalence of autism and other developmental disorders. ABPathfinder will provide a tablet for every 25 clients a customer activates in the software, with no limit on the number of tablets.
“Our goal is to improve autism therapy and special education by making teachers’ and therapists’ jobs easier,” said Blackwood. “This is just one more way of doing that – instead of jumping through hoops trying to get funding for a tablet, we’re providing one for them.”
ABPathfinder crafted its software using feedback from developmental disability specialists to complement special educators’ and therapists’ proven approaches, instead of dictating therapy techniques. Through detailed analysis, the software also generates interactive graphs of each child’s progress, allowing therapists and educators to immediately recognize behavior patterns and identify focus areas for improvement.
ABPathfinder, LLC develops special education and therapy management solutions that increase the efficiency and effectiveness of special education and autism therapy programs. The cloud-based platform helps educators and therapists craft lesson plans, as well as collect, graph and analyze performance data. By reducing paperwork and administrative tasks, ABPathfinder maximizes the time and effort invested in each child. For more information, visit www.abpathfinder.com.