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Kids Make Emotional Connections with Toonia Cardcreator

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Relationships don't always come naturally to children on the Autism spectrum. Toonia Cardcreator iPad app lets children aged 4 and up express themselves creatively while building important socio-emotional connections.Cardcreator is a greeting card and invitation making app. Beautiful, graphic cards can be created for birthdays, holidays, shout outs, and any time a connection...

How to Keep Kids On Task: Visual Routine

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Keeping children on task and on schedule can be a real challenge. Visual Routine, an autism app created by Proteon Software, allows parents and teachers to create schedules with text only, images only, or both. Users can tailor it to each child by using familiar pictures, audio, and text. Visual Routines lets kids see...

4th of July With Lucy and Her Ladybug Friends [Story App GIVEAWAY]

Autism iPad App Celebrates 4th of July

Just in time for the 4th of July, Visuals Work has created a fun and entertaining story app that young learners will absolutely love. Lorrie Ann Harrington, who also has a child on the spectrum, designed this app to accommodate the special needs of beginning autistic readers.

Autism App for iPad: Go Go Games

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Go Go Games is an autism app for iPad that effectively assists kids in building perceptual skills by helping them notice features in the objects around them. This app consists of three engaging games that encourage kids to look at an object, pick out several important features about that object, and then match...

Grammar App: Expedition With Plurals

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The Expedition with Plurals app is a grammar building tool that helps learners identify and correctly use noun forms. This app takes children on a space voyage while teaching them the appropriate use of both regular and irregular forms of singular and plural nouns. Expedition with Plurals will greatly enhance a child’s...

TinyTap iPad App Lets You Create Your Own Custom Autism Games!

TinyTap Moments Into Games

TinyTap does more than provide a game that will help children on the autism spectrum. It provides parents and guardians with a base of tools from which they can build their own games and tailor them to a specific child. You're in charge here - create your own interactive games!

Sosh Lite Lets You Try Out Sosh For Free and Build Social Skills Along The Way

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The Sosh Lite app for iPhone can be used by those who have a desire to be social but have obstacles in their way (like me) or parent, teachers, therapists, and so on who want to help them with social skills. One of the features stood out the most to me: the stress balloon...

Next Dollar Up Autism App Takes A Fresh New Look At Money Counting

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A big app topic among children who are on the spectrum is counting money. (The Make Change app we reviewed a while back is a great example of this.) Next Dollar Up by Limited Cue takes a different, more actionable approach that requires less mental math and more practical understanding.

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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.