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iPad Masterclass: Using iPads to support people with Autism

iPad Masterclass: Using iPads to support people with Autism | idevices for special needs | Scoop.it
Using iPads to support students with Autism Spectrum Disorders
This information has been compiled by the Spectronics Consultancy Team. Please email us on mail@spectronicsinoz.com if you need any further information....

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Kathleen McClaskey's curator insight, October 31, 2013 11:06 AM

"Students with Autistic Spectrum Disorder have a wide variety of strengths and abilities that make their communication and learning skills complex, diverse and sometimes challenging. Many of their difficulties can be broken into the areas of Communication, Social Skills and Behaviour. We know that students with Autism are strong visual learners, which makes the iPad a perfect instructional tool to support communication, social skills development and positive behaviour."

 

The Spectronics team has done an outstanding job in compiling resources, apps and information on ways to support autistic learners in the areas of Communication, Social Skills and Behaviour.

 

Many thanks to Spectronics and the amazing work that they do to support all learners!

Carol Leynse Harpold's curator insight, November 7, 2013 6:22 PM

Spectronics is a great resource for all things AT. Check out their recent resource for communication for ASD.

Carol

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iModeling - Video Modeling app for ASD & other disabilities

"iModeling app is a Video Modeling application designed to teach skills to people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other disabilities. Video Modeling uses video to teach new skills. It can be used to teach people of any skill level.

 

Video modeling is an evidence-based intervention which uses video to teach skills to children with autism and other disabilities. It can be used to teach skills to people of any developmental level.

 

iModeling™ app puts video modeling technology in the palm of your hand – you can plan, film and edit video footage for your child on one device. An inbuilt tutorial explains the basics of video modeling therapy.

 

And most important of all, the technique has been researched over three years by Autism SA, an organization with almost fifty years experience delivering services and therapy to people with Autism Spectrum Disorders.

 

To celebrate Autism Awareness Month, the iModeling and iModeling Boundaries apps created in conjunction with Autism SA are now on sale!"


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iModeling - Video Modeling app for ASD & other disabilities

"iModeling app is a Video Modeling application designed to teach skills to people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other disabilities. Video Modeling uses video to teach new skills. It can be used to teach people of any skill level.

 

Video modeling is an evidence-based intervention which uses video to teach skills to children with autism and other disabilities. It can be used to teach skills to people of any developmental level.

 

iModeling™ app puts video modeling technology in the palm of your hand – you can plan, film and edit video footage for your child on one device. An inbuilt tutorial explains the basics of video modeling therapy.

 

And most important of all, the technique has been researched over three years by Autism SA, an organization with almost fifty years experience delivering services and therapy to people with Autism Spectrum Disorders.

 

To celebrate Autism Awareness Month, the iModeling and iModeling Boundaries apps created in conjunction with Autism SA are now on sale!"


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