In April 2017, CBC ran this touching documentary that shared the sibling love behind the creation of MagnusCards, featuring Magnusmode Founder Nadia Hamilton and her autistic brother Troy.
April 16, 2017
Inspired by Sibling Love: CBC Documentary
May 27, 2020
Cameron at the ROM
MagnusCards has guides for the Royal Ontario Museum – 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 the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) in Toronto for a day of learning, exploration and – of course! – dinosaurs. Cameron has autism. His mom Melanie generally prefers at-home
May 27, 2020
Brushing to a Brighter Future
Everyone deserves a future they can smile about. Colgate champions this simple and powerful message, and is determined to provide people everywhere, from every walk of life, with steps toward a better future, full of healthy smiles.
April 29, 2019
Kent District Library in Michigan Launches MagnusCards
Kent District Library was the first library in the United States of America to introduce MagnusCards®, a new initiative to assist patrons with cognitive special needs, such as autism. MagnusCards leverages technology to empower and aid people as they engage in a variety of everyday activities, offering digital “Card Decks” that provide step-by-step instructions to