With April being National OT Month, here is a review with a focus on OT’s who have contributed to our profession and use of mobile devices by creating intervention apps. Kudos to them for their sharing their creativity and expertise:
Diane Reid, OT, Ready to Print app (9.99) provide pre-writing and writing interventions with graded activities and data collection. Featured on OT’s with Apps previously, this is a staple in many OT’s mTool Kit. Also available for Android (7.99) .
Shelby’s Quest, created by Kami Bible, OT, is another great visual motor/pre-writing app with graded activities and multiple users. Available for iPad (4.99).
Dexteria app (3.99), by BinaryLabs, created this app in collaboration with OT’s. Provides motor coordination and control activities in this app. Also available for Android (4.99)!
Abilipad,(19.99) created by Cheryl Bregman, is a customizable keyboard and writing tool for a variety of ages and skill. Check out her recent updates in her app.
Other apps are available for evaluation and treatment planning, but these are a few intervention apps created by and for OT’s. Kudos to these OT’s!
More for your OT mTool Kit!
Thanks, Carol! 😉
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How can we get the discounted price?
Kristen Lindeman, OTR/L Occupational Therapist Wilmer Eye Institute Lions Low Vision Service 410-614-7962 (work) 410-614-1670 (fax)
These OT created apps were included as a feature post only. I am not aware of a discount for them at this time. If you want to be alerted of discounts of specific apps you are interested, check out appshopper.com and create a wish list and choose to be notified by email.