Limited Cue Develops Apps for Special Needs Individuals

special needs apps by limited cue

Featured Apps by:  Limited Cue LLC

– Stories About Me – $5.99
– Next Dollar Up – $4.99
– Learn My Info – $3.99

Available For:  iPad/iPhone

Category: Special Needs Education Apps

 

Limited Cue: Award-Winning Special Needs App Developer

Limited Cue is dedicated to designing and perfecting applications that will teach and entertain individuals with disabilities.  They pride themselves in having apps that are refined, simple, easy-to-use, and of extraordinary educational value!

Not only does Limited Cue know how to create apps, but its primary adviser is a special education teacher with over 9 years of classroom experience!  No one knows how to best integrate technology into the learning environment of children with special needs better than a special education teacher, especially one with a masters in education.

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Limited Cue’s first app, Next Dollar Up, was selected as a finalist in the About.com Readers’ Choice award for favorite special needs app.

 

Stories About Me

Stories About Me allows parents and teachers to create their own social situational stories for their children and students.  Blending photos, text, and voice recordings the user can playback on the iPad rich media stories of their own personal experiences.  Swiping advances the pages and tapping plays the audio; simple as that!

Want to allow your child to relive the trip to their grandparents house? How about the fishing trip with dad?  Maybe just brushing your teeth before its time to go to bed.  With Stories About Me for the iPad, the possibilities are endless, because you create them!

 

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Next Dollar Up


Next Dollar Up is a widely utilized special education teaching strategy for those with special needs to develop independence in money management using a whole dollar amount concept.   It involves looking at an item price and rounding up to the next dollar to make the purchase.

 

Read Jack’s Hands-On Review of Next Dollar Up

Click Here to See Autism Plugged In’s Review of Next Dollar Up

 

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Learn My Info

Learn My Info is designed for users who already have this basic ability and goes the next step to teach the critical life skill of writing and reciting important contact information.  The app is useful as a basic I.C.E. (In Case of Emergency) teaching tool.

With each card they will write their info twice. Tracing first with guidance and writing each character again without the visual aid.

10 cards allow practice and repetition learning the following critical information:
-First Name
-Last Name
-Mother’s Name
-Father’s Name
-Phone Number
-Birthday
-Street Address
-City
-State
-Zip Code

Cards are presented in a game format to encourage simultaneous fun and learning.

 

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For more information, please visit Limited Cue or “Like” Limited Cue on Facebook!

 

Want to Get These Apps For Special Needs?

These apps are available for download at the App Store:

Download Stories About Me
Download Next Dollar Up
Download Learn My Info

 

We’d like to thank Limited Cue LLC 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
You can help, too! Read More Here 

 

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