Thank you to Direct Support Manager, Harry Muyenza for sharing this resource!
Below are a few links to lists of curated apps.
- Communication: http://www.friendshipcircle.org/blog/2011/02/07/7-assistive-communication-apps-in-the-ipad-app-store/
- Disabilities Apps: http://www.goodnet.org/articles/7-best-apps-for-people-disabilities-list
Apple resources for Accessibility features and apps.
- Featured accessibility apps: http://www.apple.com/accessibility/third-party/
Apple Education resources:
Additional resources from Easter Seals Technology:
Loan equipment: https://www.indata.at4all.com/welcome.aspx
Can try out equipment on loan for 30 days with possible renewal for another 30 days just pay the shipping.
Please you may browse and if you are interested in loaning any equipment on a trial basis, you can either establish an account or you could use the one I have established. I can provide the login information.
AppleVis.com specializes in iOS apps for people who are blind or visually impaired.
BridgingApps.org specializes in apps for many others. Be sure to check out their Insignio App tool.
You can search by category: AAC/Communication, Adults & Seniors, Behavior/Emotions, English Language Learner, Fine Motor Skills, Fun, Health & Wellness, Holidays, Language Arts, Life Skills, Math, Multiplayer, Multiple Languages, Music, Preschool Skills, Resource Tools, Reviewed App, Schedulers & Organizers, Science, Social Skills, Social Studies, Speech & Language, Standards Aligned, Switch Accessible, Technology Skills, and Trackers
FREE course, Getting Started with Mobile Devices for Special Needs: Accessories & Safety. Learn about options for preparing and protecting mobile devices by selecting appropriate accessories for a user with special needs. These are created for parents, caregivers, teachers, therapists or anyone who needs access to information to assist with setting up a mobile device for success.