Many people are discovering apps for people diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder. There are apps many people diagnosed with autism use and enjoy, but they are hard to find and many aren’t reviewed. Here’s our list of apps for people with special needs and autism.
Ansel and Clair: Little Green Island teaches children through interactive activities about caring for the environment. With nice quality graphics, sounds and background music this app is a pleasure to play.
Pack your suitcase, hop on a plane and learn some French, Lately Lily: Paris for a Day is an outstanding way to do all of those things and more and the app is much more reasonably priced than a plane ticket.
Avaz for Autism is the most flexible and functional assisted communication software I have seen for the Ipad. It’s an outstanding tool and will open doors for countless individuals who need assisted communication.
Help Wanted: Bakery specializing in space alien cakes has an immediate job opening, no prior bakery experience needed. Space Cakes is a free app due to a commercial sponsorship. This app by Mrs. Judd’s Games includes the Juddly interface.
Few apps bring a feeling of nostalgia like this one does. For me, this app evokes many memories of hours spent playing with paper dolls and Mary Engelbreit’s art is still a favorite of my mom’s. Paper dolls can now be enjoyed like never before.
Fast paced math game for those looking for fun while practicing their math skills; multiple user accounts are just one reason this high quality universal app is a great value. The app does contain mild cartoon violence.
Maths Castle will appeal to kids who would rather play video games than practice their math. This iPad app combines math and mild combat requiring the user to solve math problems to defend the castle in a skirmish with knights. The app does contain mild cartoon violence.