Thank you to Dad developer Kyle Tomson of Mobile Education Store, for letting me repost his great article on apps for high functioning autistic children who benefit from the language aspects of these apps. Kyle has a daughter, Caitlin, who is very high functioning on the autism spectrum so this topic is very near and dear to his heart, so much so that he just went and developed them himself!
This is a celebration of a mass module for students who have been dyslexic. It contains 55 lessons that will progressively learn your tyro to resolve as good as spell difference regulating phonics, manners as good as mental recall cues. The lessons progressively set up up to a subsequent topic, charity exercise for reinforcement. Being formed upon a good good known Orton-Gillingham process for overcoming dyslexia.
About 80 percent of Americans believe the statement “people with learning disabilities are just as smart as you and me” to be generally accurate. But a majority also link learning disabilities with mental retardation and autism, and more than 50 percent agree that learning disabilities are “often caused by the home environment children are raised in.”
Teaching tolerance to your kids towards their special needs classmates.