Autism? There’s an App for That (Winter 2013)

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The winter 2013 issue of YALS is all about teens and tech. In her article on apps for teens on the autism spectrum, Renee McGrath, Manager of Youth Services for the Nassau Library System (Long Island, NY), writes about a variety of apps and covers apps helpful in organizing life, apps that aid in literacy and learning, and apps that are fun and relieve stress. Links to all of the apps discussed in the article are available below.

Social Skills and Apps for Daily Living


Sensory Issues and Timekeeping

Literacy and Learning

Books

Music and Creativity

Games

Stress Relief/Boredom Busters

General Information

You can learn more about serving teens with autism via apps in Renee McGrath’s winter 2013 YALS article.

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