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Choiceworks is a visual schedule-builder that is meant to teach children necessary daily routines such as showering and brushing your teeth, but it also teaches children how to be patient and control their feelings through the use of countdown timers. This application was created in coordination with child development specialists and leading hospitals and offers limitless customizations to create the perfect app for your child.
Pillboxie is the easy way to remember your meds. Other med reminder apps are either too complicated or just downright boring. Pillboxie is easy because it lets you *visually* manage your meds. Scheduling a reminder is as easy as dropping a pill into a pillbox.
What’s Up? is an amazing free app that uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT) methods to help you cope with depression, anxiety, stress, and more. Use the positive and negative habit tracker to maintain your good habits, and break those that are counterproductive. We particularly love the “Get Grounded” page, which contains over 100 different questions to pinpoint what you’re feeling, and the “Thinking Patterns” page, which teaches you how to stop negative internal monologues.
ASD TOOLS is an easy, flexible, functional and versatile app for children, toddler's age and upwards and has become the catalyst for positive change for many children because of it's easy to use, easy to follow approach.
Brainwell is an application that actually develops a training program in order for you to sharpen your cognition and memory. Logon every day to give your brain an exciting daily workout and also challenge your cognitive abilities. This app contains 50 different games trained to target certain parts of the brain and is meant for both kids and adults.
Dexteria is described as a “therapeutic tool” that improves fine motor skills and handwriting in both children and adults. The app creates performance reports that can be emailed, which can be especially useful for occupational therapists. Additionally, they offer apps related to improving math concepts and spatial reasoning that are all easy to use and fun to play.