Empowering schools to do more.
The world of special education is complex, but it can be simplified with innovations that ensure better outcomes. The field advances through innovation and that’s why EBS has a division dedicated to developing tools that help professionals deliver the best possible results.
In the spotlight:
TelXcel 2.0 takes distance learning and teletherapy to the next level by providing the technology, tools and flexibility that districts need to ensure their students continue to receive high-quality education and related services. TelXcel 2.0 was created and updated by directors of special education, speech pathologists, school psychologists and occupational therapists to address the challenges of COVID-19.
Caselite is a web-based system that addresses the challenge of intervention scheduling in the schools. It's designed for anyone who needs to schedule and document interventions (SPED/Resource Teachers, SLPs, PTs, OTs, etc.). It all started with school-based SLPs who wanted "a magic scheduling button" and a tool to make scheduling simple, with an easy way to document services.
SCIP (Sound Contrasts in Phonology), funded through a $1M NIH Grant, is the product of thousands of hours of evidence-based research and the work of Dr. A. Lynn Williams, leading EBS Speech-Language Pathologists, and nearly 100 Speech-Language Pathologists throughout the country. The application utilizes five Contrastive Methods, more 2300 pictures and illustrations, 6,000 words, and has simple tracking and reporting that can be used for both individuals and groups. SCiP does not require the significant preparation time of traditional methods and has demonstrated increases in the overall effectiveness of therapy.