ABA App: Barn Door Four

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Featured Apps by:  Learnitech LLC

Barn Door Four: Home Edition – Learnitech, LLC – FREE

(*Full Version Available as In-App Upgrade – $2.99)

Available For:  iPad

Category: Education Apps / Autism App

 

Learnitech: ABA App

Learnitech focuses on building ABA apps that will prove useful and educational to those with developmental challenges, and they have been thriving for over ten years!  These developers work with some of the best behavioral professionals in the world when building their programs.  In fact, they regularly have their apps tested by Applied Behavior Analysts, a group that has been in the field for over twenty years.

Experience creates great apps, and Learnitech has all of the tools it needs to build some awesome programs!  Check them out!

 

Featured ABA App: The Barn Door Four

 

ABA App

 

The Barn Door Four is a fun, innovative and interactive learning system specially designed for Children with Autism and other developmental disabilities and learning challenges.

It contains over 25 different exercises that utilize the Assisted Behavior Analysis (ABA) techniques used in the classroom.

Parents and Professionals can create customized lesson plans to meet their child’s specific learning level.  The app follows four barnyard friends as they teach and learn different skills and lessons.

 

Fine Motor Skills

Mac

These are skills that teach the child the functionality of using a mobile device. These include movements such as Tracing, Pointing, Pinching, Sliding, Dropping and Puzzles.

 

Visual Performance Skills

Pepe

These are skills that teach the child the ability to interpret and respond to stimuli visually. The skills include Identical Matching, Non-identical Matching, Category Matching, Color Matching, Shape Matching, and Exclusion.

 

Communication Skills

Lucy

These are skills that teach the child the ability to understand language and respond to language in new ways; such as answering questions. The skills include Receptive Instructions, Receptive Labels, Receptive Functions, Receptive Body Parts, Receptive Colors, Receptive Shapes, Receptive Categories, Receptive Emotions, and Intraverbal Skills.

 

Sequencing

Ace

These are skills that teach the child to expand their understanding of language and utilize their problem solving skills to predict the sequence of everyday events. The types of skills include Object Oriented, Self-Help and Leisure sequences.

 

Watch The Barn Door Four Video

 

The Barn Door Four #1: Screenshots

 

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For more information, please visit The Barn Door Four or “Like” The Barn Door Four on Facebook!

 

Want to Get This App?

This ABA app is available for download at the App Store:

Barn Door Four: Home Edition – Learnitech, LLC – FREE

(*Full Version Available as In-App Upgrade – $2.99)

 

We’d like to thank Learnitech for generously donating to Autism Plugged In’s 5K Run for Scholarships.  Their donation will go a long way toward helping students with autism get vocational training or a college education!

Jack Kieffer Organization for Autism Research Fundraiser
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One Response to ABA App: Barn Door Four

  1. lynn on September 1, 2014 at 8:12 pm

    do you have this in french ??



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