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Resource Bank on Mobile Apps

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Mobile Apps

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Speech Blubs: Language Therapy

Speech Blubs is a voice-controlled speech therapy app designed to help your child learn new sounds and words, and to practice speaking in a stimulating, educational environment.The app can be download from App Store for free.

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Helping Hand

The new mobile app called “Helping Hand”, enables parents and carers of children who have been referred for assessment in Scotland to record relevant information – such as sleeping patterns and challenging behavior – about their child. The app is free to download, and available through the App Store and Google Play.

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DayCape is an app that allows therapists, teachers, parents, and even the child themselves to set up visual schedules. Benefiting grades pre-k through 5th, this app is an excellent way to help children with a variety of disabilities to manage their day.

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Access Houston Airports

George Bush Intercontinental Airport and William P. Hobby Airport have rolled out Access Houston Airport Mobile App aimed at enhancing the airport experience for children with developmental disabilities and their caregivers. The app is free to download, and available through the App Store and Google Play.


A free augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) app available for download in the iTunes store. This app includes pre-loaded communication boards.

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SwiftKey Symbols

SwiftKey Symbols uses prediction technology to assist in communication. Its primary design is to facilitate communication between a person with autism or similar communication disabilities and the caregiver. SwiftKey Symbols is designed to learn which symbols are used the most and makes them easier to find.