What's The Expression - Autism ($0.99) Applied Behaviour Analysis method to teach autistic kids how to read expressions Let your child learn about various emotions using facial expressions through this app. This app is designed for children with autism and to help generalize their acquired social skills. Understanding and recognizing expressions and emotions is one of the basic and essential social skills needed for children with ASD.
The Social Express by The Language Express, Inc. is impeccably produced from top to bottom. The graphics, animation and sound are all top notch. The content is wonderful and very helpful for children with a social communication disorder, autism or other forms of developmental delays
Best apps for special needs: Practice expressive and receptive language with Key Word Kids Bottom Line: This app is designed specifically for kids ages 2 to 8 with Language Disorder or Delay, Apraxia of Speech, Autism Spectrum Disorder and learners of English as a second language. It is a great app, especially for receptive language skills, but the price is a little high without the expected level of customization and data collection for a therapy app.
Virtual Speech Center has developed over 40 apps targeting: articulation, phonology, syntax, sentence structure, vocabulary, prepositions, plurals, word retrieval, concepts, categories, sequencing, following directions, problem solving, etc. http://www.virtualspeechcenter.com/apps
EXPRESSIVE (Apps download) Expressive is an entry-level, easy to use, and powerful app that allows children and adults with a speech impairment or a communication disorder to express their wants and needs through the use of pictures. It does not matter if an individual is having difficulty communicating due to autism, apraxia, stroke or any other communication disorder, Expressive will give that person the ability to express themselves through the use of pictured images and corresponding…
used the iPad for simple naming, word finding and expanding language from photos. save Google images of familiar ADL items and saved them into my photo album. I would just swipe them have the patients name them, give a definition, tell their function, tell what goes with them, etc. Ms Gardenia's Speech Room: How I Use Apps in Skilled Nursing for Cognitive Therapy