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This post included an extensive list of apps for Android devices that are suitable for people with autism or other special needs.

In September 2014, iAutism and Fundación Orange launched AppyAutism, a new website devoted to apps for people with ASD. AppyAutism brings a new design, a powerful app searcher and more updated content, including lists of academic and popular articles. The iAutism team is now focused on AppyAutism, but iAutism stills shows part of our “old” content.

Therefore, I recommend you to visit AppyAutism. If you need a copy of the old list of apps, please do not hesitate to contacte me at francesc@iautism.info.

-Francesc Sistach


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Shelley Sakolsky
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What do you think or Articulateit?

Ramya
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Shelley, I love articulateit. I use it regularly in my sessions and think it’s great. it’s totally worth the price in my opinion. There are a lot of different features and i really like that you can use it with multiple students who have different goals, track data over multiple sessions, customize what processes or sounds you’re working on and even what words from the set you want to target. I recommend it to SLPs all the time.

Francesc Sistach
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Hi Shelley,
I haven’t seen it yet. As you are interested, I’ll try to test it soon.

Ann B
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Hi,
I’m just starting to do the research on apps and seriously considering getting an iPad for our 9yo son who has Aspergers.

My question is this–is there any sort of rating for these apps as far as age goes? It seems like a lot of them are preschool or younger kids, and I really want to see what is available for a 9-10yo child.

Thanks!

Ann

Francesc Sistach
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Hi Ann,

I do not have this kind of rating neither I have seen it anywhere. Assuming that your son is verbal, categories 5, 6 and 7 are probably the ones more useful for you -if any-, and include many apps suitable for young people.
But perhaps you should determine which are the special education needs that your son has and look for generic education apps adequate for those needs. The number of generic education apps is very, very high.
Francesc

Roberta
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Are there any apps for a 15 year old boy who loves snowboarding, basketball, hiking, and the great outdoors……

Also wants to get an Education……

Thank you for your suggestions

Shannon
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I came across this blog. I am a mom of a six year old little girl. We have been working on Touch Chat Suite by Silver Kite for one year this January. We were fortunate to begin this journey as it grew and my daughter has come a long way with using the program help other understand her wants.

I am starting to explore other AAC options to insure there is not a better suited app for a young child considering she has a visual impairment and CP. I am especially interested in any apps that have simple pictures such as real images on white background included in it’s image database. Touch Chat utilizes the stixsymbol system.. I see examples of what I am looking for in the detailed info of other apps but I wonder if I will have to import these myself or if you know if for example proloquo2go has these simple picture images in it’s library of images. I have looked at Tap 2 Speak too. Thanks for any suggestions. Her auditory memory is remarkable, but visual memory is unreliable.

Francesc Sistach
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You should take a look at ComApp2. It includes many real images.

nschuetz
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Purdue EPICS’s SPEAKall! is looking for someone who might be interested in comercializing our app. If anyone is interested contact us at nschuetz@purdue.edu

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