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.
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
Visules communicates checklists and individual cues using text, images, and colors.
Touch Trainer plays music and shows a simple animation whenever a button is tapped. The button gets progressively smaller as the app moves through the levels to easily teach individuals how to use a touch screen. In the settings menu the caregiver can decide if the app will "react" to any touch or if it only recognizes distinct taps.
This app presents a visual display of “choices” to those with limited communication skills. This gives individuals the opportunity to be independent and express their own specific needs and wants.
This app provides several useful visual prompting tools to help impaired individuals transition from one activity to the next, understand upcoming events, make choices, and focus on the task at hand.
iCommunicate lets you design visual schedules, storyboards, communication boards, routines, flash cards, choice boards, speech cards, and more. It is customizable to your needs.