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.
An engaging spelling app specifically designed for customized lists only, allows for an unlimited number of lists and users. Spelling: Squeebles Words is well suited for home or school. Fantastic price considering all of the features and functionality included.
Rhinomite is an educational app where kids can fly like a super hero; not just any super hero, but a fashionable one, while learning a number of educational concepts in an entertaining and safe environment.
This is one app you will want to sit down and play with the kids! Goodnight ABC has what seems to be an unlimited amount of entertainment for curious young minds. It’s not only enjoyable, but educational and is reasonably priced.
Classroom KinderBach: School Version is the full version of the KinderBach: Simply Discover Piano. Designed for kids ages 3-7, it is fun and educational video lessons and hands-on activities. If you are serious about your child’s music education, don’t let the price scare you.
iLearn With Boing: Savannah Adventures is part of a multiple app school readiness program that offers detailed tracking for parents and endless hours of fun for kids. Some setup upfront may be required prior to handing the app over to the kids.
This literacy app is part of a multiple app school readiness program that offers detailed tracking for parents and endless hours of fun for kids. Some setup may be required prior to handing the app over to the kids.
I am not an expert in special needs apps, so I don’t feel qualified to review them. However, I know it’s important to our readers, so I wanted to build a resource that enables you to sort special needs apps by price, rating and to get further information via the AppStore. This list focusses on …