Introducing the Amplio Special Education Learning Platform
Meet a powerful special education solution that combines a learning platform with curricula and programs designed to accelerate student progress and empower educators.
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Add Science to the Art of Special Education
Accelerate Student Progress
Follow a structured learning path, using programs and engaging smart content designed to set students on a quicker route to success.
Build personalized lessons to meet IEP goals and automatically analyze and document student performance to reduce paperwork.
Create Measurable Impact
Provide consistent service delivery and relevant instructional content to improve educational performance and functional communication.
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The kids are having fun and they’re learning. I love it.
I learned how to use the student data, and I was like, 'oh my gosh.' It's fantastic.
We've got to be willing to be 'okay' not doing the same thing we've always done.
Mary Jane Bowman
Grand Prairie ISD
The Amplio learning platform enhances the therapy.
J. Scott Yaruss
Michigan State Unversity
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Why Choose Amplio?
Deploy Evidence-Based Structured Practice
Implement smart, evidence-based curricula and structured protocols for a variety of special needs.
Automate Data Collection and Analysis
Collect data and monitor student progress in real-time to help meet compliance and reduce cognitive load.
Leverage AI to Drive Learning Intensity
Use AI-powered adaptive learning to give students personalized stimuli and positive reinforcement.
Deliver In-Person, Remote, and Hybrid Care
Achieve service continuity with care designed for in-person instruction, remote, and hybrid learning.
Explore Special Education Insights
Did you know that alphabet instruction should be incorporated into the daily lesson cycle?
What is a syllable? what are the different syllable types? And how do we explain it to our students who do not “get it”?
How can you help support your student identified with dyslexia during a transitional period such as back to school?