The See.Touch.Learn™ AppBrain Parade’s See.Touch.Learn™ app combines the effectiveness of picture cards with the power and interactivity of the iPad. Create custom exercises and lessons, automatically track performance, and carry your entire library collection with you at all times.
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For support see the Brain Parade instructional videosFurther Useful Links for your special needs child (Brain Parade)
– Autism Speaks maintains a list of Autism Resources. One category of resources is Autism apps. Check out their list of apps.
Apple iPad 2 launch video. She also has a spreadsheet that lists over 60 apps for people with autism and contains links to other iPad related resources.. – Shannon Des Roches Rosa maintains a great blog and she was featured in the
- Gary James at A4CWSN.com maintains a lengthy list of educational apps for children with special needs. The great thing about Gary’s site is that he reviews the apps and posts video of him using the app so that you can see what each one is all about before spending money to purchase them.
– Francesc Sistach and Susana Vila, parents of a child with autism, along with Ivan write wonderful detailed reviews of apps for people with autism. The reviews and the entire website are available in English and Spanish. As of March 10, 2011 they list 173 apps and have written more than 20 app reviews!