Amplio’s digital intervention solutions address numerous disciplines and areas of need that fall under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and Section 504 of the U.S. Rehabilitation Act, as well as students served through Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) or Response to Intervention (RTI). Our vision is to serve all students with special needs.
Students with speech or language impairments may struggle with expressive and receptive language (impaired comprehension and/or use of spoken, written and/or other symbol systems), articulation, fluency, vocabulary, reading, writing, spelling or other aspects of combining language components.
Amplio’s platform includes protocol-based interventions, including structured guidelines for specific content to address each aspect of speech-language therapy. The platform uses real-time phonetic transcription of speech to identify error patterns, specific measures to assess and track each student’s unique speech characteristics, a means to track pragmatic language skills over time, and dozens of other engaging interactive, multisensory content, and AI-based activities. Student progress is monitored throughout, allowing the SLP to make data-driven decisions regarding each student’s progress.
Students with dyslexia and difficulty reading struggle with accurate and/or fluent word recognition and poor spelling and decoding abilities.
Amplio incorporates two fully digitized curricula for dyslexia instruction, the Multisensory Teaching Approach (MTA) for English-language dyslexia instruction, and the Esperanza program for Spanish and bilingual dyslexia instruction. Both curricula utilize a multisensory approach with multiple, structured opportunities to develop oral language skills including address alphabet/dictionary skills, reading, reading comprehension, cursive handwriting, and spelling. Scripted teaching instructions are built into the platform to support fidelity.
Children may require occupational therapy if they have a developmental delay, difficulty with motor skills, difficulty with balance or coordination, difficulty with visual processing, delayed oral motor and sensory skills, or other impairments.
Amplio offers ancillary OT staffing services to help districts ease their caseloads. Our professional, licensed and empowered OTs deliver occupational therapy services to students via our award-winning digital intervention platform.
Children may need physical therapy for a variety of reasons, including bone/muscle issues, sports-related injuries, or genetic, brain, spine, or nerve disorders. Physical therapists can help children improve their range of motion, strength, flexibility and movement patterns.
Amplio offers ancillary PT staffing services to help districts ease their caseloads. Our professional, licensed and empowered PTs deliver occupational therapy services to students via our award-winning digital intervention platform.