These apps are intended to help special-needs students build communication skills
Technology facilitates faster and easier communication for everyone, and it plays a unique role in helping students with special needs develop important verbal and non-verbal communication skills.
Here, we’ve gathered a handful of special education communication apps summarized on APPitic.com, an app resource site with more than 6,000 apps in more than 300 subcategories.
[Editor’s note: eSchool News has not reviewed these apps, but has selected some that may help you meet your instructional needs.]
1. Eye Contact, $2.99
Eye contact is a social skill that some children find challenging. This game helps them practice the skill while earning fun rewards.
(Next page: Seven more APPitic apps for special-needs communication)