iTouch, iPad, & iPhone now has many Apps to help teach kids, teens, and young adults important life skills. Our “Favorite Apps” are offered at the iTunes Store.
Digital timer shows elapsed time for helping children make transitions from one activity to the next.
Developed by a Pediatrician and a parent, a motivational tool to help children develop desirable behaviors by working towards tangible goals by turning any picture of a desired reward into a 3D puzzle and have your son or daughter earned their reward one puzzle at a time.
My Choice Board
The primary purpose of MY CHOICE BOARD is to present a visual display of “choices” to those with limited communication skills. This gives individuals with Autism, communication delays or learning differences the opportunity to be independent and express their own specific needs and wants.
Developed for youth or adult gamers alike to help make everyday chores fun using a popular role-playing game format.
Application for tracking how much time you spend on your everyday activities and to help you improve productivity.
Keep track of homework, classes, tests, and projects with a number of reminders to help get tasks organized and completed on time.
Create picture schedules or story boards to aid children with sequencing the events of daily routines. Also, it has a visual timer for differential reinforcement of positive behaviors.
Model Me Going Places 2
Video of children, ages 2-8, involved in various community activities to help familiarize kids with locations that may be challenging (doctor’s office, barber, grocery store), and to help teach appropriate behavior in these locations through peer modeling.
Developed by the US Army and used to gain control over physiological and psychological responses to stress.
Mood diary and mood tracker.
Touch and Learn-Emotions
Helpful tool to teach kids to recognize and understand emotions.
iPerformance Psychology is the world’s most advanced sport and performance psychology app. Developed by Dr. Steve Portenga, the sport and performance psychologist for the USA Track and Field Team. Dr. Portenga originally beta tested this app with Olympic athletes.