Centre In The Square and Magnusmode have partnered to help support people seeing a show at Centre In The Square. Magnusmode’s app, MagnusCards, supports people exploring community sites and services by using pictures of those locations and step-by-step instructions.
Magnusmode is thrilled to announce a partnership with the Region of Waterloo Library (RWL) to develop Card Decks for the MagnusCards app. These Card Decks are designed to help individuals, particularly those with cognitive special needs, to manage and master everyday activities.
Cameron is 14 years old and has been fascinated with dinosaurs his entire life. On Sunday, Cameron and his family were on their way to Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto for a day of learning, exploration and of course dinosaurs. Right before they arrived, Cameron had an anxiety attack.
Magnusmode is excited to announce a partnership with Tim Hortons to launch 5 new Card Decks on the MagnusCard platform to engage people with cognitive special needs (like autism) to take trips to Tim Hortons restaurants with independence and confidence.
Communitech recently interviewed Magnusmode’s CEO and Founder Nadia Hamilton to talk about how MagnusCards helps those living with autism and other cognitive disabilities live with more independence.
Just in time for Autism Awareness 2016, it was super exciting to have MagnusCards and Magnusmode featured in a segment on Breakfast Television Toronto.
Magnusmode and Guelph Transit are pleased to announce the launch of 5 New MagnusCards Card Decks to help people with cognitive special needs…
When I started Magnusmode, it was with the goal to help people realize their potential.
“MagnusCards is an example of true community engagement that goes beyond what the Magnusmode application may have been intended for …
Not all people learn the same way. The education system has been dealing with this since the beginning of classroom learning. Teachers have the very difficult job of teaching in these diverse classrooms.