This app can be used to automatically calculate and graph preferences and potential reinforcers. It can help teams complete their own preference assessments. There is a built-in timer to indicate the length of engagement time. Data can be saved, and past assessments can be stored for future review.
ConversationBuilderDeluxe is designed to help elementary school children learn how to have multi-exchange conversations with their peers in a variety of social settings. Students can learn when it is appropriate to introduce themselves, ask questions, make observations and change the subject of the conversation.
ConversationBuilderTeen is a teen version of ConversationBuilder. Students learn when it is appropriate to introduce themselves, ask questions, make observations and change the subject of the conversation. They also learn how to recognize sarcasm and stand up for themselves or others. Students will be guided through conversations and can record and save their conversations to review. Conversations are grouped into eight themes: school, relationship, sports, entertainment, bullying, sarcasm, clothes, and summer.
This app supports students with responding to device-to-device messages, such as Whatsapp or Messenger. Messages can be sent that are visual and include vocal multiple-choice answers. The student can also learn to create and send their own messages.
This app helps non-verbal students communicate with their parents, teachers and friends. It was developed with the AAC (Augmentative and Alternative Communication) and PECS (Picture Exchange Communication System) principles. In this app, there are cards for different words. Every card pressed has options of phrases, and the chosen phrase will be read by a text-to-speech robot.
This app can be used as an interactive tool to help a student express their opinions, choices, ideas and preferences. The app is specifically designed for students with communication difficulties to express their ideas on a wide range of topics through a structured discussion format.
This app can be used to create comics that include speech and thought bubbles. It may be beneficial to use to help students understand what to say and do in certain social contexts as well as build perspective taking skills. It can be used for developing comic strip conversations and social autopsies.
This app can support a student’s conversation skills. It includes 10 conversations asks a student to think about what they would say in certain situations. Each question provides different answers which can be tracked.
This is an online program that includes a Functional Skills System. The Functional Skills System allows learners to become more capable of functioning independently in their homes, schools, communities and workplaces by assessing and teaching independent living skills using video models.
This bundle includes three apps which teach essential math skills. It includes basic math illustrated with graphics in Show Me Math, time skills with MatchTime, and learning money concepts programs in Dollars & Cents.
This app helps students prepare for community outings and increasing their independence. This app focuses on 24 important activities, such as riding the bus, shopping for groceries, and going to a movie theater. Information is made accessible through video modeling, photo-based directions, talking stories, and vivid illustrations of social behaviors. The app allows for unlimited users, each with customizable settings.
This app allows users to take pictures of their wardrobes and organize their outfits into categories based on the weather, occasion, etc.
It can be used to help students plan what to wear as well as what to pack for upcoming trips.
This app can be used to find and prepare meals in under 30 minutes. It includes visuals of foods, an integrated shopping list and step-by-step photo instructions for how to make meals. It can help locate the nearest grocery store, tells you which products are needed for the recipes and approximately how much it will cost.
This app includes pre-videos demonstrating life skills tasks, such as "Washing your Hands". After the video is shown, a review of the task is provided using 3 still photos taken from the video depicting each step in the task. All of the tasks are broken down into 3 steps. A new option is that the app gives you the ability to create your own sequencing tasks with up to 10 steps per task.