This week BridgingApps Co-Founder and Program Director Cristen Reat and Registered Dietitian Cathy Foreman are featured on the iTunes Assistive Technology Update with Wade Wingler podcast. They share a current BridgingApps’ Project High Five! – A healthy behaviors program with food and apps for children with special health needs.

There are three easy ways to listen to the episode:

1. iTunes is the number one way people listen to the show. Here is a link to the iTunes listing: http://bit.ly/1q6dztZ
2. A listing of all of the episodes is available here: www.AssistiveTechnologyUpdate.com
3. The show is featured on Stitcher Radio, which you can get for your smart phone here: http://www.stitcher.com/download

The podcast is a dose of information that keeps users up to date on the latest developments in the field of technology designed to assist people with disabilities and special needs. It is produced by the INDATA Project at Easter Seals Crossroads in Indiana. Each week BridgingApps contributes by sharing an app that has been reviewed by our team of therapists and teachers that we find worthy of mentioning. Click on the links above for more information on how to tune in.

BridgingApps’ Project High Five! – A healthy behaviors program with food and apps for children with special health needs is funded through a grant from Amerigroup Foundation.

Amerigroup Foundation

 

 

 

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