• Crazy Face Lite: Crazy Face Lite encourages shy students to speak more often, and is great with students who have trouble speaking.
  • Autism Timer: This app offers a digital timer for students with autism.
  • Behavior Assessment Pro: BAP identifies factors related to problem behaviors for autistic kids.
  • Awareness!: Awareness allows students to listen to their surroundings while also playing games, watching a video, and more.
  • Everyday Skills: Use this app to find self-directed learning for students with autism and learning disabilities.
  • Proloquo2Go: Proloquo2Go offers picture-based communication for children with communication disorders.
  • ArtikPix: Children with speech issues can use ArtikPix to practice sounds and words at home.
  • Aurify: Aurify is a challenging and rewarding audio game for students, especially those with learning disabilities.
  • iEarnedThat: This tool can help parents track and reward good behavior.
  • Model Me Going Places: This visual teaching tool can help your child navigate challenging locations with appropriate behavior.
  • iWriteWords: Encourage fine motor skills using IWriteWords for practicing writing letters, numbers, and words.
  • MyTalkTools Mobile: MyTalkTools Mobile offers augmentative and alternative communication for learning disabled students.
  • First Then Visual Schedule: Provide positive behavior support using the First Then Visual Schedule app for the iPad.
  • Idea Sketch: Draw mind maps, flow charts, and more with Idea Sketch.
  • Off We Go!: Off We Go! can help children with special needs become more comfortable in new situations.
  • AutismXpress: Autism Xpress makes it easy for people with autism to recognize and express their emotions.
  • StoryBuilder: StoryBuilder can improve auditory processing for children with autism or sensory processing disorders.
  • iMindMap Mobile Pro: Let creative thoughts flow using iMindMap Mobile Pro.
  • Grace: Grace can help autistic and special needs children build sentences to communicate effectively.
  • Which Does Not Belong: This app will help your learner discriminate which items don’t belong in a group and encourage vocal imitation.
  • My Choice Board: Kids with autism, communication delays, or learning differences can express their needs and wants through this choice board.
  • iThoughts: iThoughts will enable students to see the big picture and concentrate on multiple thoughts at once.
  • LivingSafely: LivingSafely can help students with autism and developmental disabilities practice self-directed learning.
  • iCommunicate: Children with autism and visual challenges can use this app with pictures, storyboards, routines, and more.
  • Toy Story 3 Read Along: Toy Story’s app is a great early literacy tool for early language learners.
  • ACT Spell: ACT Spell offers games for training motor/visual/executive functions.
  • Stories2LEarn: Promote social skills and literacy by creating personalized stories on Stories2Learn.
  • iConverse: iConverse works as a picture exchange communication system for autistic individuals and those with communicative disabilities.
  • MyTalk Mobile: Those with communication difficulties can express themselves through MyTalk.
  • MindNode: MindNode makes creating mind maps easy.
  • Storyrobe: Storyrobe offers a simple and easy way to produce digital stories.
  • Flashcards for iPad: This app can be used effectively for special needs learners.
  • Glow Draw!: Glow Draw! is a fun drawing app for students with visual development problems.
  • What Rhymes?: Encourage reading comprehension with this reading comprehension tool for visual and auditory learners.
  • MyHomework: MyHomework can help students with trouble concentrating keep track of their next task.
  • Bigger Words: Bigger Words can help kids read easier.
  • iSpectrum: iSpectrum offers an assistant for color blindness.
  • Dragon Dictation: Dragon Dictation is great for students who have reading disabilities or are unable to write.
  • Talkulator: Talkulator can help students with visual problems count and do arithmetic.
  • Read2Me: Read2Me will import a text file and read it aloud to weaker readers.
  • Touch Autism apps