Apps for Special Kids

1) Abilipad – This is a customizable key board and adaptive notepad – Cheryl Bregman – $19.99

2) Expressive – This helps children and adults with speech impairment communicate through use of pictures and symbols – Smarty Ears – $29.99

3) Proloquo2Go – This is one of the most widely used communication apps around. Robust but expensive – AssistiveWAre – $219.99

4) iCommunicate – This helps design visual schedules, storyboards, flash cards, etc. – Grembe, Inc – $49.99

5) First Then Visual Schedule – This uses visual supports to help plan the day. – Good Karma Applications, Inc. – $14.99

6) Grace – This is a simple yet inexpensive communication app that uses picture symbols. – Steven Troughton-Smith – $9.99

7) Dexteria – Fine Motor Skill Development – This is hand exercises to develop fine motor skills and handwriting readiness. – Binary Labs, Inc – $2.99 – $9.99

8) Things That Go Together – This Problem Solving App gives children groups of pictures out of which they are to pick the pictures that go together. – GrasshopperApps.com – $0.99
9) Little Solver – This App is a preschool logic game. – Innovative Mobile Apps – $0.99

10) My PlayHome Stores – This App is a new version of the award winning My PlayHome (see Ben’s Favorites) – Shimon Young – $1.99

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