Jack’s Favorite Apps!

A list of my favorite autism applications – all of these have been reviewed on Autism Plugged In, so go ahead and follow the links to read the reviews and decide if the app is right for you!

AAC Autism Apps

Proloquo2Go

Alexicom AAC

Picture AAC App

Let’s Talk!

iasku

Behavioral and Social Story Autism Apps

i Get . . . (series of social skills stories)

The Social Express

My Autism Day

iModeling

Storysmart Suite of Apps:  Trudy Goes to the Beach, Casey’s Big Day, & Ruby Gets in the Game

Education Apps

Crack the Books™ – iBook Series (Interactive Science Books for Students Grades 3 – 6 – featuring adjustable reading levels)

Game Autism Apps

TinyTap

Create a Monster HD

Balloonimals

Math & Numbers & Shapes Autism Apps

Shape the Village

Next Dollar Up

Rocket Math

Candy Count

Music & Art Autism Apps

Faces iMake

Colorific

Spelling

Fill the Gap

Interactive Storybooks

The Tree I See

Lost Larry

List of 8 Great Storybook Apps

Visual Schedule Autism Apps

First Then Visual Schedule

Video Scheduler

Fine Motor Skills Autism Apps

iWriteWords

Touch And Write

Helpful Tip

Customize Your Apps – How to Move Photos From the Internet to your iPad

 

One Response to Jack’s Favorite Apps!

  1. Deborah Peters on August 21, 2014 at 12:02 pm

    I have a 12 yr old son diagnosed with autism, adhd, oppositional defiance disorder, & aspherger’s disorder. he would really enjoy it if he could win an ipod. Nickolas loves to draw all the time.

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