“Eye contact practice for children on the autism spectrum, especially those with Asperger’s Syndrome….”
Eye contact is an important social skill that some children find challenging. “Look in My Eyes – Restaurant” helps them practice this skill – while earning fun rewards and playing creatively.
Check it out by searching the iTunes app store for FizzBrain or Look in My Eyes Restaurant.
How do you play? Children look at a series of faces, and need to focus on the eyes quickly in order to answer correctly and earn cash. Children can use the cash they earn to buy items for their virtual restaurant and create cool scenes!
As we develop our games we draw on decades of classroom teaching experience, extensive training in best education practices and our many years of close personal relationships with children who have Asperger’s Syndrome and autism. We hope our social skills games will benefit your child!
Reviews for FizzBrain apps:
“My 5-year-old autistic son loves playing with my I-Phone and I’ve downloaded many different games for him. As soon as I downloaded Look In My Eyes it became a new favorite. He loves playing it. His eye contact is definitely improving. I’m not sure if I can give sole credit for that to this game, but the game sure doesn’t hurt! Great game!”
“My 7 year old really enjoyed this app. At first he resisted making eye contact but eventually turned his head and was so excited when he would get the answers correct. Not only does this game help with eye contact but with number recognition which is a struggle for my little guy. Thank you FizzBrain and please keep up the great work!”
“My son has autism and I have tried many other games for him to play on my iPhone. Some hold his interest for a short while, but many do not. This game is definitely one that did from the start!”
“Thank you once again FizzBrain, for creating another great tool to help teach eye contact! My son loves this game even more than the garage/car version (which is saying something!). I highly recommend this to everyone out there looking to help their autistic child!”