Adding Apples is a fun learning experience with appealing and interactive 3D graphics. This new software is highly intuitive and with many elements to explore, discover and learn! The natural and logical interaction will help your child to develop a solid understanding of basic mathematics.
Alexicom Elements Adult Home (Male)
A collection of linked augmentative communication pages for an adult in the home environment. Includes over 100 pages for eating, drinking, feelings, needs, getting dressed, washing up, books, music, movies, games, puzzles, cooking, social interactions, and much more.
“A” is for action in the fun app that uses 26 action verbs to help toddlers learn the ABCs. Whether they're "building" robots, "digging" for treasure or "zapping" alien spaceships, they'll have a blast learning all of the letters and their sounds.
Brili Routines – Visual Timer
Brili calms the chaos of daily routines with kids. Simply set up a routine for mornings, bedtimes, and any other time of the day. The fully featured version of Brili is available for the first whole month free! With Brili’s dynamic timers, visual and audible activity prompts and motivating rewards quickly teach your child to stay on task and on time.
iOS keyboard that allows users with fine motor-challenges, switch users and users with vision impairments to type in almost any app. The keyboard offers word prediction, timing options, Select on Release, Select on Dwell, auditory feedback and other accessibility features. It also fully supports Switch Control and VoiceOver.
Autism Communication System is a user friendly communication tool that has been proven over the past 7 years to help facilitate communication and improve language skills, designed by Kim Scott-DeLand, M.S., CCC-SLP, Speech-Language Pathologist.
READING MAGIC 3-Learning to Read Consonant Blends Through Advanced Phonics Games
This app helps your child’s future reading success by giving your child key reading skills practice.
RIDBC Auslan Tutor Key Signs
Learn how to communicate 150 common Auslan signs, like “please,” “thanks,” and “how are you?” Each sign is clearly presented, with a photo of the handshape used to form the sign and a video clip demonstrating how the sign is produced.