Here are a few great apps gone free – for a limited time – appropriate for OT intervention and administration:
Notability, an app for iPad/ iPhone is currently free (typically 2.99) for a limited time. This app provides organization of information by topic and notes with searchable information. Options in notes include drawing, importing pictures, PDF files, audio and annotation capabilities. It is a great app to organize files for students and professionals. A great app for organizing workshop information, department notes and research articles and more. topics. Provides workflow to DropBox, Box, Google Drive and iCloud for easy transfer of docs and password protection to secure private information.
Cursive Writing Wizard – a companion app for the popular Writing Wizard for learning manuscript writing is currently free (typically 2.99). Created for iPhone/iPad, this app provides multiple tools to write, multiple cursive fonts and pre-writing activities. Kids enjoy this app.
OverColor app for iPad is currently free today. An interesting visual perceptual/ figure ground app requiring users to stack shapes and colors in order to recreate a design. Appropriate for elementary through adults, this app can support practice with shape discrimination, figure ground and pattern recognition progressing from easier to hard. Although I have not used this app, I could see this used with students and adults with perceptual challenges .