Heads Up! is a company designed to provide expert information and products for special needs children. The items for sale in our store have been selected to accommodate various learning styles and strengths, regardless of curriculum used. These special needs products have been found to be especially helpful for children who are distractible or hyperactive.

Our Goal

Our goal is to provide materials and information for homeschooling families, occupational therapists, speech therapists, teachers, and specialists who work with children who have developmental delays, learning disabilities, or other special needs. We hope that by providing materials and teaching tips from personal experience and expert advice to help promote successful learning experiences while frustration for everyone involved.

How We are Achieving Our Goal

Here at Heads Up, we understand that special needs children such as those with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD) are often exceptionally creative or talented in areas not traditionally recognized in academic settings. Many such children thrive in a home school setting, yet still benefit from the use of simple special needs products that help to maximize their success.

We have hand-selected curriculum and products that have been designed or adapted to meet the needs of these students because we know that a big difference it makes in the learning process of special needs children. These products can be used by educators, occupational therapists, speech therapists and homeschooling parents.

Special Needs We Focus On


Whether a child is primarily a visual, auditory, tactile-kinesthetic learner, or a combination of types, it is challenging to find ways for each child to experience success and appreciation for his or her unique approach to life. Home schooling, occupational therapy, speech therapy, and more can help special needs children develop academic and life skills, particularly social skills in a safe and encouraging environment.

Our Ordering System

All Heads Up! special needs products have been carefully selected to help special needs children, speech and occupational therapists, teachers, parents, and homeschooling families. The products and information we share are intended to support those who recognize and work with children in such a way that uniqueness is valued and enjoyed.

All our products can be ordered online using our secure online ordering system. We use PayPal for order processing so that your payment and personal information stays safe and private. Please note that you do not have to have a PayPal account to place an order with us, PayPal allows those who choose not to have an account pay with a credit card. You may also print out our order form if you wish to mail your payment information to us if you so choose.

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions. We look forward to hearing from you!

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  1. Jerri Witchey says:

    I purchased some highlighted bookmarkers from you and my 8 yr old son seems to think they help. He told his teacher about them and I sent this teacher and the resourse teacher (who works with children and their reading) your website information. However when I went on the website I could not find a “catalog” or the links to go to to see your products. I was wondering if a teacher would want to buy in “bulk” if they would get a discount.

    My son struggles with reading, spelling, he is very active, I think he gets distracted. We had him tested for ADHD and the Dr. said if he was in a room with 40 kids with ADHD he’d be the next in line. Don’t know what exactly that means, assume it means he is close to being ADHD. Anything in particular that you could suggest?

    Also I have a daughter who has low muscle tone and when she writes the lead comes out on the paper pretty light. Wondering if you had anything to help with that. She is also musically inclined, didn’t know if you had anything to do with music.

    Jerri Witchey