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Sunday, February 14, 2016

Top 60 Recommended Apps for Autism: Preschool through Adult

Finally, some important answers to the question, “What apps should I get?” 

All of a sudden it seems like everyone has an iPad. Using IPads (and smart phones) has become a “big deal” for individuals on the autism spectrum. But there must be more than Angry Birds or Candy Crush. The most common question asked by therapists, parents and educators is “What apps should I get?” 

Top 60 Recommended Apps for Autism provides important answers to that question. It highlights results of a survey of “in the trenches” educators and parents of students on the autism spectrum. The lists of top recommended apps are from their responses to a series of questions where they shared their favorite apps for working with those students. 

Author, Linda Hodgdon, is a Speech-Language Pathologist, international autism consultant speaker and award winning author of Visual Strategies for Improving Communication. She specializes in sharing how using visual strategies helps children and adults overcome those communication challenges common in Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) so they can participate more successfully in their life opportunities. Now, many of those early “low tech” visual tools she has written about have turned “high tech” as apps technology. 

Ebook available at Amazon for $2.99