Do You Use Apps in Practice?

Find out what apps your colleagues are using with patients and students.

ADVANCE recently asked via Facebook what your favorite apps are for use with clients/students. We heard some great responses!

 Esther Bertrand: Just ordered Dexteria for my patients Ipad.

 Kayla Shelton: Communication apps, color blindness chart, eye chart.

 Melissa Rogers: I have used the fish pond app for relaxation/stimulation.

 Luanne Carbonetti-Horne: I use many of the preschool and educational apps for letter tracing and visual perception and visual memory. Also, games as a reward!

 Lisa Olsen: My choice board, dragon, story kit, word slap, children's books by Dr Seuss, expressive, ABA flash cards, audionote. I love the iPad and its ability to engage and enrich the lives of the students I work with. It is the most versatile and efficient tool I have seen.

 Michelle Sluszka Bowman: Depends on the setting. I've done word find, spelling, first words (all of them), color and shape matching. I used quite a few when I was working in pediatrics. I loved Pro-lo-quo when I worked with kids with ASD. It was fantastic.

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