Must See Apps List… Really!

Samuel Sennott shared this resource on the QIAT list serv – and it is a must see app and equipment listing on Pinterest!

Created by Lauren S. Enders, SLP/ Augmentative Communication Specialists / Assistive Technology Consultant, her app list seems to have something for everybody. This is just a partial snapshot of her Pinterest website  at http://pinterest.com/lasenders/ :

Lauren Enders provides apps specific to speech and language, therapy in general, curriculum subjects, special needs, age groups, adaptive equipment and more.

Visual and categorized, this app list is like eye candy for those of us looking for resources for clients or students we service.

Thank you to Lauren S. Enders for compiling this extensive list! I can’t imagine the hours it took her to do this. And thanks to Samuel Sennott for making us aware of it on QIAT.

Enjoy!

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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7 Responses to Must See Apps List… Really!

  1. 🙂 Just saw this, Carol. Thank you!! How nice!! -Lauren

    • Lauren, You did an amazing job with your Pinterest, Kudo to you. It is a go to for me!
      Thank you for all of your many, many hours of work and sharing it! I will continue to pass the word!
      Carol

      • 🙂 It certainly has taken an insane number of hours, but I’m happy to have provided a resource that people can use. I’m asked for help so often and have seen the frustration parents, therapists, and teachers face in trying to find the right supports. There are many blogs and lists, but not many one stop shops that are kept updated with a wide variety of categorized topic areas. I’ve developed some skill at finding apps and tend to think outside the box in using apps not meant for therapy or education, so I thought I’d give it a shot! I really appreciate your support. I often use your wonderful blog! Great work!
        -Lauren

      • Well, it is fabulous! I will keep sending people your way! Thank you! Carol

  2. Wow. A true masterpiece of efforts!

  3. Thank you, Rhona! 🙂

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