Visual Countdown Timer is a digital timer that shows the elapsed time clearly and is easy to use. You can countdown from any duration (one minute till hours) and customize the look. It uses the full screen of the iPhone/iPod touch without any additional clutter while running. It helps to better visualize the concept of time, useful for example during an oral exam or to teach time to kids.
Steps allows any user to organize a set of information in a checklist-list format. Typically, it could be used as an activity schedule that illustrates a sequence of steps to perform a task. Alternatively, it may be used to implement daily activity schedule.
Make cards with computer and playback on phone.
Teacher write, then children can copy the hand movements the teacher made
Dexteria is a set of therapeutic hand exercises (not games) that improve fine motor skills and handwriting readiness in children and adults. Dexteria’s unique hand and finger activities take full advantage of the multi-touch interface to help build strength, control, and dexterity.
Visual schedules provide positive behavior support through the use of images that show daily events(i.e. morning routine or therapy schedule) or steps needed to complete a specific activity, (i.e. using the restroom). Use the app to show:
- Daily events
- Specific steps to complete an activity
- Activities that require transitions
Web Reader uses text to speech technology along with web page content recognition to read web pages to you. You can configure web pages to be read as soon as they are loaded, read pages manually after they are loaded, or use Cut, Copy, & Paste to read only sections of text.
AudioNote combines the functionality of a notepad and voice recorder to create a powerful tool that will save you time while improving the quality of your notes.
This app is a great way to record, organize, review and share your audio and text notes from your meetings, classes, and conferences.
Covering basic social skills needed for everyday activities in your community, Everyday Social Skills includes common daily activities such as walking down the street, using a restroom, waiting in line, asking for directions, asking for information and joining in a group. The program is simple and direct, and is a must for any social skills training program.