An invaluable reference listing Autism iPhone and iPad apps that are being offered free or at discounted prices in honor of World Autism Awareness Day!
Published: April 2, 2013
Many great autism apps available on the iTunes store make it their goals to teach kids how to write. That’s wonderful, but it’s often difficult for students to jump in and start making letters and words immediately. Ready To Print takes a different approach, focusing on all kinds of fine motor skills as well as object recognition, before moving toward making letters. Read more...
From: Autism Plugged In
Published: January 14, 2013
Teaching people how to socialize is one of the biggest challenges that parents and therapists struggle with in their attempts to improve the quality of life of people on the Autism Spectrum. Fortunately, advances in technology now offer some excellent tools and apps to help us teach important skills like turn-taking, facial identification, making small talk and much, much more...
From: Thinking Person's Guide To Autism
Published: December 14, 2012
Chanukah is a happy and joyous time when we commerate the victory of a small group of Jewish soldiers over the mighty Greek Army. While the Chanukah preparations are under way make sure you prepare your child for the change of routine. If you have an iPhone or iPad these apps can be a useful and fun way for your child with special needs to get acclimated to Chanukah.
From: Friendship Circle Blog
Published: December 10, 2012
Tips and explanations to help you make an informed purchase
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Published: December 3, 2012
Music teacher Adam Goldberg has successfully integrated the iPad into his class, creating an iPad band of talented musicians at P177Q, a school for special-needs students based in Queens, New York.
Learn more about Mr. Goldberg's approach and the apps his students use.
From: Fox News
Published: October 29, 2012
Listen to Brenda's talk about the many benefits of Augmentative Communication for people on the Autism Spectrum!
Learn how to prevent a user from leaving an app on an iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch, turn off touch sensitivity and activate many more features to enhance a device's functionality for an individual on the Autism Spectrum.
Learn more about this innovative GPS-enhanced app that is giving people with Autism a voice!
Brenda Kosky Deskin
Published: September 21, 2012