Write For Autism Plugged In

 

Write for Autism Plugged In

 

  • Are you a parent, teacher, or speech therapist who has a favorite autism or special needs app?
  • Do you want a place to share and talk about your experiences with iPads, iPhones, and iPods and their apps?
  • Are you someone who has tips to share about your experience with the iPad and Autism?
  • Are you interested in helping THOUSANDS of parents and teachers wade through MILLIONS of mediocre apps?
If so, we’d love to feature your review or article here at Autism Plugged In.

 

What Are We Looking For?

 

  • We accept tips, tutorials, and accessory recommendations for iPad, iPhone, and iPod users.
  • We are looking for articles about personal experiences using technology with people on the Autism Spectrum.
  • We’d love to include an original photo that illustrates what your article is about, if you have one.  Otherwise, we will help you add images to your article or review.
  • We would really like the review or article to be a minimum of 300 words long.
  • It is our pleasure to allow you to include a byline (author bio) and include a link back to you — your website or blog.  Let us introduce our wonderful readers to you!
  • Articles / reviews MUST BE original content that has not (nor will it be) published anywhere else on the web (King Google frowns upon this!).

 

How to Submit Your Idea

Email it to us – simply send us an email containing your article topic and a brief description to:   jack@autismpluggedin.com

We promise to get back to you ASAP about whether or not we can use the article here on API.

Thanks!  We look forward to working with you!

Jack Kieffer
Founder, Autism Plugged In

2 Responses to Write For Autism Plugged In

  1. Therese Wantuch on October 20, 2012 at 10:40 am

    I am the mom of a 21yr old son with ASD. We have developed an app called “Training Faces” for individuals with ASD to help with emotion recognition. A percentage of each download goes to Autism charities. Our son arranged the music for the app and our friends and family supplied the pics. The app helps with recognition of the emotion, the “why” question, and the speed of recognition. Available on The App Store and Google Play.
    Thanks, trainingwithgaming.com

    • Jack Kieffer on October 25, 2012 at 10:44 am

      Thanks for telling us about Training Faces! Readers, any of you have an experience with this app? Tell us about it!

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Who’s Behind Autism Plugged In?

Who’s Behind Autism Plugged In?

My name is Jack Kieffer and I'm a blogger sharing my love of technology at blogs like Cool Gizmo Toys, Greenamajigger, and here at Autism Plugged In where I'm trying to make a difference in the lives of children with autism.

Several years ago, I began volunteering with special needs kids, who gave me much joy and an appreciation for life. This blog is my way of giving back. Any proceeds from this effort are used to support my friends with autism. Read more about Jack or connect with him on Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn.