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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 AAC
Otsimo | Special Education AAC

Otsimo | Special Education AAC

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 teach fundamental education and concepts about core skills such as:

- Vocabulary and words,
- Numbers,
-...

Sequence it! – Create and arrange sequences, for kids with autism and other special needs
Sequence it! – Create and arrange sequences, for kids with autism and other special needs

Sequence it!

C.E.T - THE CENTER FOR EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY

Sequence it

Sequence it! is a tool intended for strengthening the understanding of processes based on a sequence of events.
A sequence of images is an effective tool and can be used in a variety of educational activities, including: understanding cause and effect, understanding processes and a series of actions, encouraging literacy, expanding vocabulary, assistance in understanding the sequence of a story,...

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Minus Drills. - Autism Series
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Lower Case S - Autism Series
Lower Case S - Autism Series

Lower Case S - Autism Series

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Autism iHelp – Yes & No Questions
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Autism iHelp – Yes & No Questions

John Talavera

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Autism iHelp – Vehicles

Autism iHelp – Vehicles

John Talavera

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Autism iHelp – Home 2
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Autism iHelp – Home 2

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John Talavera

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Autism: Teaching Play

DIfferent Roads to Learning, Inc.

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Autism iHelp – Opposites

John Talavera

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Sentence Match: WHO is DOing WHAT
Sentence Match: WHO is DOing WHAT
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Computerade Products

Learn to connect meaning with sentences.

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John Talavera

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Touch Autism

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ZBobbApps.com

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Autism Village

Autism Village Foundation

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Autism iHelp – Sorting
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Autism iHelp – Sorting

John Talavera

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Camp Discovery for Autism

Center for Autism and Related Disorders

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John Talavera

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Autism iHelp- Same & Different
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Autism Emotion
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Autism Emotion

Autism Emotion

Model Me Kids, LLC

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Upper Case S - Autism Series

Upper Case S - Autism Series

WebTeam Corporation

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What's the Expression
What's the Expression
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What's the Expression

WebTeam Corporation

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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.
Autism iHelp Language Concepts targets fundamental vocabulary building concepts in a variety of formats. While utilizing real-life photographs, this app requires the learner to demonstrate more than just basic understanding of targeted vocabulary during manipulation activities involving categorization, and sorting skills.
Additionally, you are able to track your child's gains through progress reports that average the last 3 performances of each learning enhancement activity.

“with Autism iHelp…..it gets better.”

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. The Six Behavioral Domains of TeachTown Middle School Social Skills: • Building and Maintaining Relationships • Interpersonal Skills • Problem-Solving • Self-Awareness • Personal Care • Safety and Community Participation.

TeachTown Middle School Social Skills lessons provide multiple opportunities for repeated practice and social interaction in natural settings. Lesson plans were developed to include components which were identified in 2014 as evidence-based practices for children, youth, and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder by The National Professional Development Center on Autism Spectrum Disorder. These best practices include: Naturalistic Interventions, Self-Management, Modeling, Peer-Mediated Instruction and Intervention, Scripting, Social Narratives, Social Skills Training, Video Modeling, and Visual Supports.

There are lessons to span over 5 days for each target social skill, with an additional list of extension activities and ideas. Each target skill includes a data collection tool, and many of the lessons include ready-to-use lesson materials and/or worksheets. In addition, each lesson plan describes ways to differentiate instruction and includes a “Self-Management Strategy”, which is a phrase that students can learn and memorize to help them monitor and manage their own behavior. To enhance the teacher-driven lesson plans, TeachTown Middle School Social Skills includes individual, student-lead activities! These activities are an Interactive Activity (in which the students watch clips of the animated episodes and answer a series of questions), and Comic Strip Builder (in which students can create their own social comic). TeachTown Middle School Social Skills features online assessments to help gauge students’ current understanding (and use) of the target social skills. This also includes a progress-monitoring component to track your students’ learning.

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.

Number Sequence - Autism Series

Number Sequence - Autism Series

WebTeam Corporation

This math app lets a child with special needs learn number sequence. Learning about numbers is a preschooler’s first step.

The app is a part of Shanesh COLORS app series designed for kids on the autism spectrum. It is based on the discrete trial part of ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis).

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About Shanesh COLORS
Shanesh COLORS Program is an innovative way to deliver extended evidence-based therapy like Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). This intervention program is specially designed for special needs education and children with learning disabilities or individuals with autism or autism spectrum disorders. Our well tested technology extend the same ABA based therapy from the classroom or therapy centers to the homes for children with learning disabilities, autism or any other special needs.

Shanesh COLORS uses Touchscreen and animation technology to provide individualized intense IEP (Individualized Education Plan) driven intervention utilizing the user’s personal interest and preferences. A fully integrated tracking and monitoring system, customizable settings and automation are the focal points of Shanesh COLORS Program.
The COLORS Academy offers COLORS Program – a unique Program designed specifically for students with special education needs. The COLORS program delivers Individualized Colors Education Plan (ICEP) through kiosks and mobile devices.
Shanesh's COLORS program is a synchronized, holistic, integrated and collaborative intervention approach between schools, homes and providers for special needs education.

We offer a common platform, environment and technology to all involved in the learning process of individuals with special needs.
We have joined hands with parents, Educators, therapists, researchers, analysts, technocrats and service providers to deliver synchronized and cost-effective intervention based on IEP goals and individual preferences.
Shanesh COLORS program offers fun-filled, colorful, motivating, and vibrant educational content and environment using 3D animations and technology.

Autism Core Skills School Edition: Academic, Communication, and Social Skills Plus Data

Autism Core Skills School Edition: Academic, Communication, and Social Skills Plus Data

Infiniteach Inc

Autism Core Skills:School Edition is an innovative educational platform built by autism experts. We are on your team to ensure every child with autism reaches their fullest potential!

This version of the app comes with 20 student seats.

Features of Autism Core Skills

Skills: Our lessons teach both academic and social skills, from preschool through first grade Common Core standards. Academic lessons cover reading and math skills such as colors, shapes, rhyming, spelling, and addition. Two-player social lessons cover the communication skills of expressing preferences, staying on topic, and categories. Games teach students to share, take turns, and follow rules.

Themes: We engage students by using high interests themes in our lessons. You can choose from animals, trains, sports and many more themes to make learning fun.

Autism Best Practices: All lessons are embedded with autism best practices like: errorless learning, discrete trials, and visual lists and counters. All lessons are adaptive and adjust in difficulty so students are always learning at their optimal level.

Data: Data on all lessons is automatically recorded and displayed in informative and intuitive graphs and charts. Data can be shared and printed from within the platform.

Printable Curriculum: We provide a free printable curriculum to help generalize the skills students are learning on the iPad into the real world.

Collaboration: Each paid account comes with a free collaborator account to ensure continuity of learning. A collaborator could be a teacher, parent, grandparent, or anyone else that is invested in your student’s learning. Homework is automatically assigned to collaborators, and data is synced between the two accounts.

Visit www.infiniteach.com to get started.

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."

An amazing app for easily creating, sharing and printing educational social stories, visual schedules, and beautiful memories. The app also comes with over 20 pre-made social stories that cover a variety of social and behavioral skills.

This is a very valuable tool for any teacher, SLP, OT, direct care staff or parent!

Children with special needs often need more direct instruction of social skills. Teaching social skills to any child may be easier and less stressful when visual supports, like social stories are used. The social stories found in this app explain accurate social information and ensures that your child will know what to expect in different situations.

Features:

• Easily create stories with pictures, recordings and text.
• Share and receive created stories with other users.
• Print PDFs of stories to have paper copies.
• Stories can be made in any language.
• Ability to purchase an entire library of over 20 pre-made social stories at one discounted price.
• Organize stories into categories for particular skills, students or classrooms.
• Lock students into categories or apps to limit access.
• Create and play stories offline (with no internet connection).
• Easy to use, intuitive format.
• Can be used to make visual schedules or other types of visual prompts.

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 stories found in this app use simple text and descriptive pictures to explain the why and how of different social skills.

Social interactions may be especially difficult for children with an autism spectrum disorder, adhd, or other social delay. 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 and maintenance of social skills.

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.

See what our reviews are saying about us!

“Wonderful app!! I am able to upload my own photos, record my own voice, and design however the story for my child! I can also upload pre-made stories. Other apps cast $30-50 for the same awesome app! Thank you so much!!” –family games

“This was a great story app for my child” – Kennedml

“This app is great for my nephew who has autism, thank you!” – ImaniZG

“This app is really awesome” – yoursakar

“This app gives an excellent opportunity for a low price” –Sean Quigg

“I love the fact that you can customize this app to target a specific social skill.” – VPEslp25

Autism iHelp – WH? SLP Edition

Autism iHelp – WH? SLP Edition

John Talavera

Autism iHelp is a vocabulary teaching aid developed by a speech-language pathologist and parents of a child with Autism. 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 – WH? SLP Edition includes:
-Complete versions (without in-app purchasing) of all 3 WH? sets.
-Ability to track several students at a time.
-Two voice options - male and female.

This app includes 144 questions chosen based on established expressive language milestones.
Autism iHelp - WH?' SLP Edition address a very specific area of higher level language need in the Autism population. Through routine learning, children learn labeling of concepts. WH?'s require incorporating more abstract thought and generalization in regard to the learned concepts. Children with Autism often have difficulty with this particular skill, and Autism iHelp - WH?'s apps are an excellent way to target a vital educational benchmark in a mobile capacity.
“with Autism iHelp…..it gets better.”

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.
Autism iHelp-Emotions targets your child's basic abilities in labeling, differentiating, and sorting everyday human emotions. In typically developing children, this skill may not need specific practice, but for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, facial expressions, emotions, and feelings are areas that often need deliberate instruction to master. This app allows the learner to see these emotions in a variety of actual faces, providing opportunities for discussion and rehearsal.
Additionally, you are able to track your child's gains through progress reports that average the last 3 performances of each learning enhancement activity.
“with Autism iHelp…..it gets better.”