Language

Keyboard Explorer

This app is designed by an Occupational Therapist. It is compatible with the iPAD on-screen keyboard, or can be used with standard or BigKeys?? keyboards. It includes clear, uncluttered screens to accommodate for low-vision, and provides audio and... More...

Melodic Based Communication Therapy

Melodic Based Communication Therapy (M.B.C.T.) Level 1 is an evidence based intervention designed by a speech language pathologist to help caregivers and therapists assist nonverbal and low verbal children (less than 10 words) with autism learn to... More...

First Phrases

First Phrases is perfect for the toddler or speech-delayed child who is learning how to put two or three words together. It provides many opportunities to both hear (receptive), see, and say/record (expressive) 72 different verb + noun combin... More...

First Words International

First Words International provides practice with receptive and expressive vocabulary using 50 basic objects, including photographs and color drawings so there is generalization of the concepts. Seven languages are optional: English, Spanish, Frenc... More...

Between the Lines Advanced

Between the Lines offers practice interpreting vocal intonation, facial expressions, perspective-taking, body language, and idiomatic or slang expressions. Using real photographs, voices and short mini-video clips of a variety of social situa... More...

Between the Lines Level 2

Between the Lines offers practice interpreting vocal intonation, facial expressions, perspective-taking, body language, and idiomatic or slang expressions. Using real photographs, voices and short mini-video clips of a variety of social situa... More...

Between the Lines Level 1

Between the Lines offers practice interpreting vocal intonation, facial expressions, perspective-taking, body language, and idiomatic or slang expressions. Using real photographs, voices and short mini-video clips of a variety of social situa... More...

Talk About It Objects Home (single user)

"Tell me everything you can about a cat." How should a child respond to that? This app walks the child through this task by teaching what information is important, including categorization, description, function, and more. Expressive lan... More...

You're the Storyteller: The Surprise Home (single user)

In this beautifully animated, wordless story, the child watches each scene and can then record and/or write their very own narration! It's a great way to practice expressive language and articulation. The story itself features a boy who b... More...

More Fun with Directions

More Fun with Directions provides additional practice with following directions but targets 12 spatial concepts (above, below, in front, behind, etc). Like its companion app, Fun with Directions, this app provides a fun and engaging way to practic... More...

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