OT iTool Kit App List – Updated

What’s in your iTool Kit?

Can’t find an app? Checkout this updated, categorized listing of app geared to OT’s, special education, individuals with LD, ADHD, students, teacher or parents. It has a brief description of the apps which hopefully will make it a bit more user friendly. Android apps are also being added.

 OT iTool Kit App List 7-17-2012

Some of the new categories added:

  • Cause and Effect apps
  • Keyboarding apps

More apps in most categories. Prices may differ as some apps were purchased during a “free” app day or may have experienced a price change.

Please let me know if you have any suggestions. This app list will be posted in the Pages section of OT’s with Apps blog for your perusing. If this list is helpful, please share.

Gather more iTools for your electronic tool kit!

Carol

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About Carol Leynse Harpold, MS, AdEd, OTR/L, ATP

OTR/L with 30 years experience in pediatrics, school based therapy and adult rehabilitation. Masters of Science in Adaptive Education/Assistive Technology with 15 years experience in AT in education of elementary, middle school, secondary and post secondary students. Experience with adults with disabilities in employment and work transition.
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6 Responses to OT iTool Kit App List – Updated

  1. Dianne Reid says:

    Wow! Thank you so much for such a comprehensive list. I did share it with several of my colleagues.

  2. Fantastic, helpful list, for all sorts of issues. Thank you for all your legwork!

  3. sigal mazar says:

    I’m working with mental health population. Are ther any APPS that suit?

    • In answer to you yes there is there are many, but by no means is this an area of expertise of mine. In the updated OT’s with Apps App List (link at the top of the blog is now working) has a listing of some apps. Certainly now there is an apps for almost anything (how good it is – you will need to judge or take suggestions from others inthe profession by doing an app review search on a app, or search for mood tracker apps, or apps for PTSD, depression etc and you will find many!

      I would also direct you to Candida Abrahamson’s website, a specialist in mental health. Along with a lot of information she has some recommendations of apps within her post. Here is her website address and link to some apps for mood tracking :
      http://candidaabrahamson.wordpress.com/2012/06/28/for-the-visual-learners-home-grown-infographic-compares-popular-bipolar-apps/

      Here is another website I just stumbled upon that has many apps listed and lists of lists:
      http://www.zurinstitute.com/mentalhealthapps_resources.html

      If the above do not help, do a search on a single topic, depression app, PTSD app, relaxation, meditation etc. and that will give you a start to finding and trialing apps. There are apps for iOS as well as Android out there!

      Good luck, happy apping!
      Carol

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