iPod applications for Autistic


This list contributed by NorawyMom at the autism-pdd.net

iPod applications that may be relevant for people with autism/Asperger’s and the people who work with them.

https://www.conovercompany.com/ATIA/ – Functional Skills System, with 3,200 short films.

https://www.startribune.com/lifestyle/health/51702302.html?el r=KArksUUUoDEy3LGDiO7aiU – how students at Fraser autism center use their iPods.

behaviortrackerpro.com – for tracking behaviors, their antecedents and consequences.

https://www.handholdadaptive.com/ – iPrompts, for use as a timer, providing visuals for making choices, making picture schedules etc.

https://voice4uaac.com/ – Voice 4 U, for alternative communication.

https://www.usatoday.com/news/health/2009-05-27-iphone-autism _N.htm – USA Today article about how a 7-year-old uses Proloquo 2 Go to communicate.

Here’s a tip about a cheap app called “Earn it stars” which can be used for a behavior chart.

https://specialchildren.about.com/b/2009/12/31/behavior-chart s-get-an-upgrade.htm#comment-85350

Article on how schools in Minnesota are using educational applications.

Tips on buying a used iPod Touch.


Video social stories for your iPod.  Each cost $8.

Article here:
https://www.newswise.com/articles/view/560980/?sc=rsla&ut m_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Fee d%3A NewswiseLatestNews %28Newswise%3A Latest News%29&utm_content=Google Reader

Look in My Eyes, an app for iPhone and iPod Touch that offers kids on the autism spectrum an opportunity to practice eye contact in a non-threatening game.

Creator website here.  You can see a preview; it just has a fairly wordy introduction.


My name is Adi, and I am the proud parent of Saar, a lively 17-year-old who happens to have autism. I have created a blog, 101Autism.com, with the aim to share our family's journey and offer guidance to those who may be going through similar experiences.Saar, much like any other teenager, has a passion for football, cycling, and music. He is also a budding pianist and enjoys painting. However, his world is somewhat distinct. Loud sounds can be overwhelming, sudden changes can be unsettling, and understanding emotions can be challenging. Nevertheless, Saar is constantly learning and growing, and his unwavering resilience is truly remarkable.

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