Children and teens with autism or Aspergers often struggle with spoken language and communication. In this collection, you'll find tools that support both auditory and visual learners, with apps that promote communication through simple pictures, picture-based stories, and text-to-speech. For more quality apps, browse our full library of literacy apps.
Expressive Builder is designed to help children accomplish the following educational goals: 1) Improve sentence ideation ; 2) Improve sentence formation; and 3) Improve receptive and expressive language. Extensive use of audio clips promotes improved auditory processing for special needs children with autism spectrum disorders or sensory processing disorders. Auditory playback of child's voice offers reinforcement for language development.
Learn with Rufus: Feelings and Emotions
Learn with Rufus: Feelings and Emotions aims to help children learn the facial expressions that correspond to happy, sad, angry, afraid, surprised, and disgusted. The game is highly customizable to meet the needs of children with varying skills, ability levels, and learning styles.