Here you will find the latest trends on technology, apps, resources and more for people with down syndrome. We are constantly searching for new resources!

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Check out the General Accessibility section of the site, since the Technology and Apps there are for everyone to use to make their lives simpler! We've also added a "Highly Recommended For" section in the Technology portion as well. So if you see your specific symbol give it a click and see why we recommend that product for you!



Here you will find technology and gadgets that can assist you in many ways and make your life more accessible. 

Book: D is for Down Syndrome

This book does an amazing job at explaining Down Syndrome to children who may have a friend, family member or classmate who has Down Syndrome. (Canada): (USA):

Automatic Bubble Machine

This automatic bubble machine is a super interactive toy that will surely get every child on their feet and immersed in bubble fun! (Canada): (USA):

Skoogmusic Skoog 2.0

This is an accessible, tactile cube that allows children with disabilities to explore creative opportunities available on iPad with GarageBand for iOS. This allows children who would have trouble playing traditional instruments the ability to join in on the fun and make their own form of music! This is the perfect inclusive music activity for a child with down syndrome, we highly recommend it!

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This is a brand new device from Skoogmusic! The Skwitch is a musical instrument that clips straight on to your iPhone, so within minutes you have a piece of accessible tech that you can use to create music, learn coding, and more! It also turns your iPhone into an accessibility switch for use with Switch Control! 

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Move and Groove Dance Game

This is a very creative game that can be played alone or with both the parent and child! Kids toss the plush cube, pick a matching colored card, and act out what the card says. This teaches them the basics of game play, balance, creativity, and movement! (Canada): (USA):