Well, we decided getting an IPAD for Noah couldn’t wait. He has demonstrated a real aptitude for the IPAD his wonderful speech therapist uses with him, and we want to reproduce and capture that at home, since that is where he spends most of his time. I thought I’d better ask the experts before I start shelling out any money. That’s where you come in. Let’s face it. On this journey of raising children with special needs, it’s the parents who know what works, what doesn’t, and what doesn’t work even when it should.
So I need your help. what apps have been a hit in your house? I’m looking for apps for speech and language development, Down syndrome, and autism as well as preschool concepts and educational apps all the up through fifth grade.
Do you have a blog post about your favorite apps? I’d love to link it or have you share your resources with my readers via a guest post. Know a website that lists the best apps for special needs? Share.
Even if you only have one or two apps to share, every little bit helps, and sometimes it just takes one itty bitty thing to make a difference in the life of a child.