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.
Reasonably priced, Mathly Hollows nicely combines education and entertainment. Despite missing a few key features, it is a pleasure to play. This app may be best suited for kids in first grade and older.
This high quality app not only combines two traditional board games, checkers and chess, but throws in an unexpected element of fun by adding dice. Previous knowledge of checkers or chess is not necessary.
Educational Wooden Puzzle Collection is a nice collection of wooden puzzles for toddler through kindergarteners. While the price may seem high it is actually a good value considering the number of puzzles and features it contains.
Happy Little Farmer is a nicely designed science app to teach young kids the life cycle of plants using three different scenarios. A few changes could be made in how things are depicted or how kids interactive with them, but the app is still recommended.
BeBee is an adorable non-violent game for young kids. The app does contain multiple in-app purchases which could in the end make this app too expensive for many. This iPad only app is a good dose of happy summer days.
Toddler’s Seek & Find: At the Circus is an engaging seek and find app for toddlers and preschoolers; beautifully hand-drawn illustrations and an incredible amount of interactive objects. One scene is free with the initial download; two more available with an in-app purchase.