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Wait Strip. One of our most favorite apps and the reasons why it works for autism!

Wait strip-- features a concrete visual representation of time, amount of steps to be completed, number of minutes to work, math problems to be completed using a series of dots as a visual guide.

callmeder:  Mapping the Smells of New York, Amsterdam and Paris, Block by Block

Sensory Maps is a company dedicated to referencing different city smells, whether good or bad. Multi-sensory artist Kate McLean has created Smellmaps, a ma

Part I: Introduction to the Missouri Text-to-Speech Pilot Program

This video introduces a Text-to-Speech/Accessible Instructional Materials pilot project that was implemented in eight school districts in Missouri.

This page is AMAZING.  If you have an IEP goal like counting, comprehension, division, and many more you will find it listed here along with some apps for your student to utilize that targets this particular skill!  Bookmark this page to make your technology planning more purposeful and of course easier!  Read more at:  http://appymall.com/techinspecialed/recommended-apps-by-iep-goalsskills-and-some-useful-tools/

This website is an amazing resource of apps for many (if not all) areas of special education. They have specialized app lists (there is one for kids & adults with hearing loss), apps for IEP goals, free apps, app deals, and links to their FB page.

Work With (Autism) ($0.99) Buttons and roles are clearly labelled step by step. Teacher first chooses the number of tasks to work on & for every question, the learner gets to choose whether he or she is ready to engage in the task. Built in timer beeps once the time is up & automatically prompts the learner back into the previous state of choice.    Once each task is complete, the teacher selects the appropriate feedback, complete with audio & animation. Watch

Work With (Autism) ($0.99) Buttons and roles are clearly labelled step by step. Teacher first chooses the number of tasks to work on & for every question, the learner gets to choose whether he or she is ready to engage in the task. Built in timer beeps once the time is up & automatically prompts the learner back into the previous state of choice. Once each task is complete, the teacher selects the appropriate feedback, complete with audio & animation. Watch

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Social skills stories describe an event, skill, or concept with included social cues or common responses. For children with autism, these social stories.

Helping kids with Asperger's to give compliments: Worksheets for social skills teaching from "Autism Teaching Strategies". Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources.  Follow all our boards at http://pinterest.com/sostherapy  for therapy resources.

Helping kids with Asperger's to give FREE compliments: Worksheets for social skills teaching from "Autism Teaching Strategies".

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