Posted in October 2012

Qcard – Unique Memory App

Qcard – Unique Memory App

Qcard is a new memory app designed by an ABI (Acquired Brain Injury) survivor for ABI survivors.  I like its clean design, and the app is well thought out. It has 3 types of colour coded reminders or “Qcards” that you can set: Quick Reminders – reminders to do short simple tasks (eg. take your … Continue reading

Snapguide

Snapguide

Snapguide is a free app that you can use to create and share your own step by step “how to” guide.  It has an easy to follow template in which you can use your own photos/videos to illustrate your guide.  Once your guide is complete, it is saved to Snapguide.com where it can be viewed … Continue reading

Is the iPhone the best smartphone for my client?

Is the iPhone the best smartphone for my client?

There are die-hard fans for  iPhones, Android phones, Blackberry phones and Windows operating phones. The real question is “what are the needs of my client?” rather than “what is the best smartphone?”. Consider these solutions for 4 different clients: Blackberry:  I had a client who had coordination difficulties with his left nondominant hand. His family … Continue reading

iTunes card on sale

iTunes card on sale

  At last count, I had over 200 apps on my iPhone.  Even though many are free, “it starts to add up” as a friend said to me this week. $50 iTune gift cards are on sale now for $40 at Future Shop from October 5 to October 7.  The gift cards can be used … Continue reading

Strokelink – new iPad app for stroke survivors

Strokelink – new iPad app for stroke survivors

Strokelink is a free iPad app that is designed to help empower individuals in managing their recovery after a stroke.  It provides comprehensive information on strokes, and also helps you set your rehab goals, record your progress and provides tools to help you with your rehabilitation program. For more information, you can also check out … Continue reading