Individuals with autism tend to experience greater success with computer-based learning than traditional face-to-face situations. The strong visuals, clear cause-and-effect logic, and lack of social-interaction play to the typically inherent strengths and needs of students with autism. With the prevalence of touch-screen devices, the availability of effective, affordable tech supports in the form of apps has been a revolution in the field.  Below are several sites we follow that highlight the latest and greatest in autism apps:

by The Johns Hopkins University School of Education Center for Technology in Education