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About the Apps
The good news is that there is no shortage of apps that specialize in teaching life skills to preschoolers with special needs. The trick is to find the best ones for your child.
Our five selections are generalist in nature, and offer features and customizations that specialize in building independence and life skills in young children with special needs. There is a lot of variety here, and we recommend any or all to parents who are proactively using touchscreen technology to complement classroom lessons their children receive.
Proloquo2Go is a powerhouse AAC app, and helps children with communication difficulties express themselves.
iTouchiLearn Morning Routines gives youngsters a musical way to learn how to get ready for school in the morning, how to brush teeth, and more.
Pictello is more than a digital storytelling app. The app can be used to make books for social stories, routines, projects, vacations with family, and more.
Chore Pad HD helps to keep parents and children on schedule by tracking chores, or activities and providing motivation and rewards for completion. This is a great app for helping to keep track of tasks and routines.
Video Scheduler is a great video modeling app that just takes the concept of scheduling to a whole new level!
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Apps are scored using a proprietary evaluation rubric to judge Educational Content, Kid Appeal, Assessment, Features and Design, Value, and Safety and Privacy.