It seems like recently apps have been a huge topic of conversation. I have had many of you call to ask if I had a good list of apps to use in therapy. While we can’t buy apps using school funds at this point, many of you are choosing to either purchase them on your own or find alternate sources of funding. So, today I wanted to share with you some resources that Cindy Simpson shared with me earlier this week. The first is an Apps wheel. This one is for kiddos with Autism Spectrum Disorder, but a quick google search of “Apps wheel” will result in several similar but different options.
If you are interested, here is what ASHA has to say about apps and their utility in speech therapy. They also share several links and related resources within this article.
Another good resource for apps and their uses can be found here.
As always, don’t forget to check out our Pinterest page for more app-ealing (sorry it’s cheesy, I know) ideas! Do you use apps for therapy? What are some of your favorites?