MFS Assistive Technology

Assistive Technology for Your Special Needs Child: Education and Training in Brighton and Plymouth, MI


MFS Assistive Technology and Resources for Special Needs Children - girl-on-tabletWe choose the TOP APPS based on YOUR needs then teach you (and your parents) how to use them!

If you or your child is struggling with a learning disability, ADHD, executive functioning, time management, stress or depression, the use of assistive technology is the most advanced treatment intervention of our time. However, if you try to search what apps or technology can be helpful, you may be presented with 1000’s of options! How do you know which ones actually work for the area of the brain needing help?

Look no further! Our trained professionals use our neuropsychological expertise combined with our technology experts to review and monitor the most up-to-date Assistive Technology to meet your needs.

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Our comprehensive Assistive Technology Services Package includes TWO appointments:

In session one, we will help you to identify areas of strengths and weaknesses in order to find the assistive technology that best suits your needs. We create a list of our top recommendations individualized to you. 
In session two, we provide training to you and your child on the effective use of Apps and Technology hand-picked for you.

We can teach you to use technology to help with the following:

  • Dyslexia
  • Learning Disabilities/Weaknesses
  • ADHD
  • Executive Functioning
  • Organization
  • Time Management
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Disruptive Behaviors
  • Stress Management
Ongoing consultation and support is available to help you or your child work to your full potential through assistive technology resources. Contact McCaskill Family Services to learn more about using assistive technology apps to assist your special needs child.
Outstanding Psychologists & Therapists
I highly recommend McCaskill Family Services as outstanding psychologists and therapists. I have found them to be both extremely knowledgeable and professional as well as warm and compassionate. They use a highly individualized and respectful approach to their assessments for learning disabilities, ADHD, Autism, Anxiety, etc.. The detailed "roadmap" that they provide allows you to knowwith confidence how best to help your child reach their fullest potential. Christine J.