Educators share top mobile apps for students with autism

12/6/2011 | T.H.E. Journal

Maureen Watson and Lindajeanne Schwartz, head of school and program administrator, respectively, for Giant Steps School in Southport, Conn., share in this article eight of their favorite mobile applications for students with autism spectrum disorders. Among them, iPrompts is a scheduling app with a timer feature, and Pictello functions as a storybook and allows students to share their experiences with others, they write.

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