The iPad and iPod touch in the Special Needs Classroom

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Download “iPad Specs and Apps for Special Education”

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Download “iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch Apps for Special Education”

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Download “Spectronics PC Handout”

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2 Responses to The iPad and iPod touch in the Special Needs Classroom

  1. Brooke Twine says:

    Hello! My name is Brooke and I am an Australian mum of a lovely little 6 year old boy who has autism. I have recently had an app released called the “Autism/Special Needs Daily Organiser”, it is for iPad and I funded it myself because I thought there was a need for it. It assists with daily routines, activities and choice boards. I was wondering if you would mind taking a look at and perhaps sharing it if you think it is useful? There is a full User Guide on my website: http://www.autismseriously.com

    The app is available at:
    https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/autism-special-needs-daily/id751268885?mt=8

    Thanks for taking the time to read!

    • Charlene Cullen says:

      Hi Brooke.
      Thanks for sharing about your new app. It’s great that you have been able to develop something that works for your son but is also flexible for others. We’ll certainly enjoy taking a look at it.
      Regards,
      Charlene (Spectronics Consultancy Team)

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