Medical (General) iOS Apps

Ability8

Ability8

A tool that allows you to be in control of your own care and activities. It integrates several key aspects of disability support and assistance in a user-friendly app

0.0 out of 5 (0 ratings)
Alexicom Elements Adult Home (Male)

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.

4.0 out of 5 (1 ratings)
Choiceworks

Choiceworks

The Choiceworks app is an essential learning tool for helping children complete daily routines (morning, day, & night), understand & control their feelings and improve their waiting skills (taking turns and not interrupting).

4.8 out of 5 (174 ratings)
DOLA Orthotics

DOLA Orthotics

Custom foot orthotic prescription easy and gives health practitioners from around the world instant access to the latest in foot orthotics, orthotic materials and orthotic technology.

0.0 out of 5 (0 ratings)
Medication Reminder & Pill Tracker

Medication Reminder & Pill Tracker

Never forget to take your meds and pills again

4.7 out of 5 (41,056 ratings)
MyTherapy Pill Reminder

MyTherapy Pill Reminder

Reminders for intakes and refills and reports on meds taken, weight, blood pressure, blood sugar and more, available in the app and as PDF for discussion with your doctor or pharmacist. Simple and Smart.

4.8 out of 5 (1,056 ratings)
SAM Self Help App for the Mind

SAM Self Help App for the Mind

A range of self-help techniques organised into several main well-being themes, together with tools for recording and monitoring changes in your well-being. The social cloud feature allows users to give and receive support from others.

5.0 out of 5 (1 ratings)
TapSpeak Sequence Plus

TapSpeak Sequence Plus

TapSpeak Sequence for iPad revolutionizes how parents, speech therapists, vision therapists, schools, and institutions create and use message sequences to help disabled children learn to communicate.

1.0 out of 5 (1 ratings)