Bridging the Gap
— Get to Know Us
People with Disabilities
Many face futures of boredom, isolation, and dependency because public places and services are not designed to support their unique needs.
Magnusmode’s flagship product, MagnusCards, supports independent participation and experiential learning.
Support from Breakfast to Bedtime
MagnusCards is our flagship product: an interactive, ever-expanding library of guides supporting independent daily living.Learn More
Life skills companion and guide.
Magnus (Mag'nŭs) adj : Great
Magnus was designed by and for the community to be a revolutionary guide, teacher, and assistant for those with cognitive disabilities.
Community Access Partners
Fresno Yosemite International Airport
Grand River Transit
Hamilton Public Library
Kent District Library
McCarran International Airport
Milton Public Library
MTA New York City Subway
New England Aquarium
Oakville Public Library
Oishei Children’s Hospital
Richmond Hill Public Library
Royal Ontario Museum
San Francisco International Airport
Toronto International Pearson Airport
Vaughan Public Libraries
Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport
— Case Studies
CIBC MagnusCards – Making Banking and Money Easier
"We normally sit down and do them together, but my son can also use the app independently. If he struggles with reading the words, the app will read the content to him. Once he has gone through the card deck a few times, we practice the skills at home with pretend play. Once he is confident, it is time to take his skills out into the real world!"
Making Airports Accessible
"As a parent to a child with special needs, it's great knowing that I can feel comfortable about taking her to the airport and letting her be independent."
The Town of Oakville
"This is the tool that is there for them. It also provides learning tools for those parents and guardians to assist their child or friend on how to use transit. Once they are more comfortable and confident using public transit, they can use it to expand their opportunities in the community."