Apps

Apps for Autism
Over 200 effective Apps for improving Communication, Behaviour, Social Skills, and more.

CrazyTalk
CrazyTalk is the world’s most popular facial animation tool that uses voice and text to vividly animate face images into talking avatars. Great tool to use! FREE trial download available.

Fun Educational Apps

IPad Apps & Resources for People with Autism
Two great documents available. "General iPad Apps for ASD" and "Teacher Recommended iPad Apps for ASD".  IPad apps (some free), links and reviews. Apps include: Advocacy, Art, Books, Communication, Language, and more!

My Health Apps
My Health Apps is a new free international website helping patients and public find the best health apps to suit their individual needs. Myhealthapps.net brings together the world’s favourite healthcare apps - tried and tested by people like you.

Proloquo2Go®
Proloquo2Go® is an award-winning symbol-supported communication app providing a voice to over 75,000 individuals around the world who are unable to speak.

ReacTickles Magic
ReacTickles Magic is a suite of applications that use touch, gesture and audio input to encourage interactive communication. The design has involved children and adults on the autistic spectrum, who have reported the benefits of being able to use ReacTickles for relaxation and learning about cause and effect. FREE to download from iTunes.

SlideShare
FREE iPad Apps for students with Special Needs.

Smart apps for kids
FREE apps available for teachers and parents.

Somantics
The Somantics concept is a a suite of applications that use touch, gesture and camera input to encourage, capture and amplify the interests of young people with Autistic Spectrum Conditions and other related communication difficulties. You can download Somantics for the iPad for free from the Apple iPad Store.

Touch Autism
Apps for Autism Spectrum Disorders. Autism Apps is simply a comprehensive list of apps that are being used with and by people diagnosed with ASD. Autism Apps links to extensive reviews of the apps written by parents, specialists, and other users usually from first-hand experience. To help support classrooms Touch Autism also offers free apps to educators (one app per month and educators only).