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Sesame Street and Autism
Otsimo | Special Education ABA
Camp Discovery for Autism

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Sesame Street and Autism
Sesame Street and Autism

Sesame Street and Autism

Sesame Street

This is an app for families who have a child on the Autism spectrum, which will help teach your child life skills

This is an app for families who have a child on the Autism spectrum, which will help teach your child life skills.

*** 2016 Parents' Choice Award: Recommended ***

For parents and caregivers, the Sesame Street and Autism: See Amazing in All Children app provides tools to help families with preschool aged children on the Autism spectrum. These resources were made to...

Otsimo | Special Education ABA
Otsimo | Special Education ABA

Otsimo | Special Education ABA

Otsimo

Featured for more than 250 days

Featured for more than 250 days! Otsimo is a certified and awarded educational game application developed for individuals diagnosed with learning disorders, attention deficit, autism, down syndrome, aspergers, and other special needs.

Created under the guidance of parents, psychologists and special education teachers; assistive games in Otsimo aim to teach fundamental education about core skills such as words, alphabet, numbers, emotions,...

What's the Expression
What's the Expression

What's the Expression

WebTeam Corporation

As humans we always express what we need

As humans we always express what we need. With expressions one can emote himself/herself in a better way. Children with autism spectrum disorder usually don’t understand how to express themselves in different situations. To address this developmental issue, we have developed What's the Expression, in order to help children with special needs learn to express different emotions such as happiness,...

Camp Discovery for Autism
Camp Discovery for Autism

Camp Discovery for Autism

PixelAtion Labs

Maximize your child’s learning potential with Camp Discovery Pro

Maximize your child’s learning potential with Camp Discovery Pro! This professional version of the free evidence-based learning app provides full access to a large suite of lessons. Camp Discovery appeals to early learners and is approved by special education teachers, behavioral professionals, and parents!

Designed by experts in the field of applied behavior analysis (ABA), all Camp Discovery learning games...

Autism iHelp- Same & Different
Autism iHelp- Same & Different

Autism iHelp

John Talavera

Autism iHelp is a vocabulary teaching aid developed by parents of a child with Autism and a speech-language pathologist

Autism iHelp is a vocabulary teaching aid developed by parents of a child with Autism and a speech-language pathologist. Autism iHelp was inspired by the need for specific language intervention tools for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder focusing on their unique strengths and difficulty with expressive vocabulary.
Autism iHelp SAME and DIFFERENT targets fundamental vocabulary building concepts in a variety of...

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Autism iHelp - Food

Autism iHelp - Food

John Talavera

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Autism iHelp – Animals
Autism iHelp – Animals
Autism iHelp – Animals

Autism iHelp – Animals

John Talavera

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Middle School Social Skills
Middle School Social Skills
Middle School Social Skills

Middle School Social Skills

TeachTown - a division of Jigsaw Learning, Inc.

TeachTown Middle School Social Skills

The TeachTown Middle School Social Skills curriculum is designed to target a range of essential social skills for adolescent students. The lessons were created to meet the needs of students who have difficulties in the areas of communication, social interaction, pragmatics, self-management, problem-solving, and/or emotional awareness....

Autism iHelp – Colors
Autism iHelp – Colors
Autism iHelp – Colors

Autism iHelp – Colors

John Talavera

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Autism iHelp – Opposites
Autism iHelp – Opposites
Autism iHelp – Opposites

Autism iHelp – Opposites

John Talavera

Autism iHelp is a vocabulary teaching aid developed by parents of a child with Autism and a speech-language pathologist. Autism iHelp was inspired by the need for specific language intervention tools for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder focusing on their unique strengths and difficulty with expressive vocabulary.
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Toddler Puzzle Spelling Words
Toddler Puzzle Spelling Words
Toddler Puzzle Spelling Words

Toddler Puzzle Spelling Words

Touch Autism

Designed by a BCBA (board certified behavior analyst) Puzzle Spelling Words is not only a powerful educational tool, but also provides hours of fun!

This app is built especially for early learners and anyone working towards letter recognition, spelling and reading with an easy to navigate interface to encourage independent...

Lower Case S - Autism Series
Lower Case S - Autism Series
Lower Case S - Autism Series

Lower Case S - Autism Series

WebTeam Corporation

Don’t know how to start writing a word? Thinking how small alphabets look like? Simply learn all the 26 letters of the English alphabet with the app Lower Case. WebTeam Corporation has developed this app that can help toddlers learn lowercase initial alphabets in a simple way. Lower Case utilizes...

Autism Emotion
Autism Emotion
Autism Emotion

Autism Emotion

Model Me Kids, LLC

Autism Emotion uses music and a photo slideshow to help teach about different emotions.

EMOTIONS:
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- Proud
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EASY TO USE:
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Autism iHelp – Emotions
Autism iHelp – Emotions
Autism iHelp – Emotions

Autism iHelp – Emotions

John Talavera

Autism iHelp is a vocabulary teaching aid developed by parents of a child with Autism and a speech-language pathologist. Autism iHelp was inspired by the need for specific language intervention tools for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder focusing on their unique strengths and difficulty with expressive vocabulary.
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Autism iHelp–Language Concepts
Autism iHelp–Language Concepts
Autism iHelp–Language Concepts

Autism iHelp–Language Concepts

John Talavera

Autism iHelp is a vocabulary teaching aid developed by parents of a child with Autism and a speech-language pathologist. Autism iHelp was inspired by the need for specific language intervention tools for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder focusing on their unique strengths and difficulty with expressive vocabulary.
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Autism iHelp – Comprehension
Autism iHelp – Comprehension
Autism iHelp – Comprehension

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John Talavera

Autism iHelp is a vocabulary teaching aid developed by parents of a child with Autism and a speech-language pathologist. Autism iHelp was inspired by the need for specific language intervention tools for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder focusing on their unique strengths and difficulty with expressive vocabulary.
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S.E.E.
S.E.E.
S.E.E.

S.E.E.

saym basheer

S.E.E is inspired by the work of Dr. Paul Ekman's study of emotions and their relation to facial expressions.
Social Emotional Exchange (S.E.E.) is an engaging and interactive way to teach children various human emotions by looking at facial expressions.

Please rate us on the appstore :)

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Upper Case S - Autism Series
Upper Case S - Autism Series
Upper Case S - Autism Series

Upper Case S - Autism Series

WebTeam Corporation

Craving to write the first letter of English alphabet? But don’t know how to write? Master the language by simply learning uppercase alphabets with the app Upper Case. This app is specially designed for children with special needs and helps them learn all the 26 alphabets in a simple way....

Autism iHelp - Rhyming Words
Autism iHelp - Rhyming Words
Autism iHelp - Rhyming Words

Autism iHelp - Rhyming Words

John Talavera

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DTT Animals
DTT Animals

DTT Animals

ZBobbApps.com

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Autism Toolbox - Social Skills
Autism Toolbox - Social Skills
Autism Toolbox - Social Skills

Autism Toolbox - Social Skills

Behavior Toolbox Inc

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Autism iHelp – Sorting
Autism iHelp – Sorting
Autism iHelp – Sorting

Autism iHelp – Sorting

John Talavera

Autism iHelp is a vocabulary teaching aid developed by parents of a child with Autism and a speech-language pathologist. Autism iHelp was inspired by the need for specific language intervention tools for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder focusing on their unique strengths and difficulty with expressive vocabulary.
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Autism iHelp - ER and EST
Autism iHelp - ER and EST
Autism iHelp - ER and EST

Autism iHelp - ER and EST

John Talavera

Autism iHelp is a vocabulary teaching aid developed by parents of a child with Autism and a speech-language pathologist. Autism iHelp was inspired by the need for specific language intervention tools for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder focusing on their unique strengths and difficulty with expressive vocabulary.
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Autism iHelp – Vehicles
Autism iHelp – Vehicles
Autism iHelp – Vehicles

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John Talavera

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Divide N Play. - Autism Series
Divide N Play. - Autism Series
Divide N Play. - Autism Series

Divide N Play. - Autism Series

WebTeam Corporation

If 8 students are made to sit in 2 rows, how many students will be there in all?
A child’s math skill is assessed and developed by asking and answering such questions.

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Sentence Match: WHO is DOing WHAT
Sentence Match: WHO is DOing WHAT
Sentence Match: WHO is DOing WHAT

Sentence Match: WHO is DOing WHAT

Computerade Products

Learn to connect meaning with sentences.

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Social Story Creator Educators
Social Story Creator Educators
Social Story Creator Educators

Social Story Creator Educators

Touch Autism

This app is the fully unlocked pro version of our "Social Stories Creator and Library" app.

To try out the app for free check out "Social Stories Creator and Library."

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Cursive Lower Case S - Autism Series
Cursive Lower Case S - Autism Series
Cursive Lower Case S - Autism Series

Cursive Lower Case S - Autism Series

WebTeam Corporation

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Autism Apps
Autism Apps
Autism Apps

Autism Apps

Touch Autism

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Autism iHelp – WH Questions
Autism iHelp – WH Questions
Autism iHelp – WH Questions

Autism iHelp – WH Questions

John Talavera

Autism iHelp is a vocabulary teaching aid developed by parents of a child with Autism and a speech-language pathologist. Autism iHelp was inspired by the need for specific language intervention tools for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder focusing on their unique strengths and difficulty with expressive vocabulary.
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Sequences for Autism - Full Version

Sequences for Autism - Full Version

Club LIA

Teach your children everyday kids activities through a fun drag & drop sequence game designed for children with autism and developed by specialized therapists.

Features

• Create your sequences. You can create unlimited stories using your own pictures and voice making it a unique experience.
• Quick Playlists. Create quick playlists to practice a series of sequences.
• Built-in sequences. Includes 50 built-in sequences in categories like: Self-Help Skills, School Activities, Social Skills and many more.
• Personalized Players. Sequences adapts to every child's needs by using in-game clues, puzzle frames, guide numbers and more.

Benefits

• Improved communication skills with peers
• Spatial depth orientation
• Improved ability to structure thoughts and ideas
• Focus on self-help skills
• Children will be able to break down everyday activities into a systematic process, improving their social skills.

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APDD Grammar

APDD Grammar

Linguisystems

Although the information on the left states that this app is available in all languages, it is only presented in English.

Buddy Bear products have a huge following among speech-language pathologists and early interventionists for the proven techniques they use to improve communication skills in children with autism spectrum disorders. Use Buddy Bear to practice grammar skills and develop joint attention, reciprocity, and early language.

The app has five stories. Each story features one of these grammar forms:
•Present progressive verbs—e.g., kicking, riding, and more
•Regular past tense verbs—e.g., climbed, jumped, and more
•Regular plural nouns—e.g., flowers, candles, and more
•Personal pronouns—e.g., he, she, they
•Negation—e.g., is not

The successful learning format includes:
•simple, predictable language
•uncluttered illustrations
•reassuring audio narration
•open-ended responses
•engaging animation and sound effects

The answer format is multiple-choice with an easy one-tap or touch-and-drag response. Correct responses are reinforced with lively animation and sound effects, and an audio narration of the proper grammar form.

Language Builder® Pro

Language Builder® Pro

Stages Publishing

Based on the top-selling autism curriculum tool, Language Builder® Picture Cards. SIX core autism education activities -- infinitely customizable presentations. Professionally designed, used by Therapists, Teachers & Parents to teach children with autism, speech-language delay or special needs. You design the lessons: customize speech or text commands, card positions, prompts and prompt fading, target and distractor words, reinforcers, and more. The Pro version lets you upload your own images & customize labels, associated instructions & categories. And you can now create unlimited student users, with stored word lists, settings & reports.

“I'm so excited!! I use the stages/language builder flashcards religiously in my classroom, they are by far the best language flashcards I've found, and I've been pining for an app with the pictures from the cards!!!!!” –Nicole Mays, Teacher

Comes complete with 600+ Language Builder® images including Animals, Foods, Transportation, Furniture, Clothing, Toys, Everyday Objects, Insects, Sea Life, Musical Instruments, Tools, Body Parts, Safety Sign, Shapes and Colors. Save $$ hundreds on traditional flash cards.

“The photos are exactly what you would expect from Language Builder – colorful, realistic and varied.” – Joyce Olson, SLP

>> See more excellent reviews at www.languagebuilderapp.com/reviews <<

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Activities included:

+ Identical Matching: teaches students to match identical pictures of familiar objects. Generally one of the first drills taught in an ABA or DTT program.

+ Similar Matching: teaches students to match pictures which portray the same word, but with a different image. Helps students generalize from the therapeutic setting to a realistic environment.

+ Receptive Labeling: students hear a word spoken by the iPad, then touch one of the displayed pictures to show they recognize the word and can find the corresponding picture.

+ Expressive Labeling: presents the picture on the screen and asks students “what is it.” Therapists gauge response and deliver reinforcement to allow for shaping of pronunciation.

+ Picture Identification: allows students to scroll independently through pictures and hear a spoken word paired with the picture on the screen. Great review of pictures and their labels!

+ Sorting: allows students to sort pictures into categories with like objects.

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Benefits and features of the Language Builder from Stages App:

+ Therapists lighten your load by carrying all of your flash cards electronically
+ Parents work with your child at home to increase learning time!
+ You choose the words and the distractors
+ Customize the presentation of the cards
+ Choose from 1 to 6 cards in the selection field
+ Select from multiple prompts, and methods of prompt fading
+ Realistic voice commands and reinforcers (no robotic tone!)
+ Choose visual, music and voice reward for finishing a drill
+ Save $$ hundreds on traditional flash cards
+ Appeal to students who are drawn to the iPad
+ Your cards won’t get torn, worn out or lost!


Stages Learning Materials has been creating quality teaching tools since 1996. We were one of the first companies to create products specifically designed to meet the unique needs of students with autism, and we have dedicated our lives to quality autism education.

We all know that learning happens in stages. Learn to crawl before you walk, learn to walk before you run.

Language development also happens in stages. Children learn to match objects first ("put apple with apple"), then to identify objects receptively ("give me the apple"), and finally to identify objects expressively ("what is it?" "it is an apple"). Our products are created to stimulate learning at each stage of language development.

The stages of your child's development are precious and wonderful. Stages Learning Materials will partner with you to make the most of every stage.

Conversation Social Stories & Simple PECS Communication Tool

Conversation Social Stories & Simple PECS Communication Tool

Touch Autism

Conversation social stories is made up of four social stories about different conversational skills and simple communication tools to go with them.

The stories focus on greetings, asking someone to play, what to talk about in a conversation and tips for great conversations. Some of the stories include square buttons with images that play whatever part of the conversation the the story is about. The buttons are similar to PECS in that they have a picture that represents the idea, and then play a message when tapped.

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The app opens up to table of contents to choose which of the four stories to read. Some of the stories have buttons that play examples of things to say when each one is pressed. The stories focus on important conversational skills including greetings, asking someone to play, tips on where to stand, how to end a conversation and many more!

Starting or maintaining a conversation can be difficult for any child, and may be especially difficult for children diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder, Down syndrome or other special need.

Children with special needs often need more direct instruction of social skills like conversations.
Teaching conversational skills to any child may be easier and less stressful when visual supports, like social stories are used. This social story explains accurate social information and ensures that your child will know what to expect when having a conversation.

Social stories are an important type of visual support often used with children diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder, Down syndrome or other special need. This social story uses simple text and descriptive pictures to explain why and how to initiate, maintain and end a conversation.
Social interactions, such as conversations may be especially difficult for children with an autism spectrum disorder. Many children, especially those diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder, Down syndrome and other special need, often fail to pick up on social cues, making learning a social skill especially difficult. Social stories may increase awareness of how to initiate and maintain a conversation.

Social stories were first defined by Carol Gray in 1991 and are commonly used to break down a task or social situation into small and easy to understand steps, often accompanied by descriptive pictures. Social stories are incredibly easy to implement and are used by many professionals for a wide range of behaviors.