Useful Autism Apps

March 30, 2020

Looking for new apps to support you during your time at home?

These apps might be helpful for different issues such as data collection, visual schedules, social skills, and more. Behavior analysts, teachers, speech-language pathologists, or other team members may be of help customizing these for your child of any age.

We’ve handpicked the following free and low-cost apps. Although a few of these apps are available for only one type of device (Android or iPhone), most can be downloaded or purchased in both the App Store and Google Play.

Ask Elizabeth!  You’re welcome to contact our Director of Education and Training, Elizabeth Neumann, M.A., BCaBA, for general assistance and discussion of how you might use some of these tools at eneumann@autismnj.org or 609.588.8200 x10045.

AppDescriptionCostAvailable on
Chronaly: Powered for Autismsimple data collection (behavior, activities, food, sleep, meds, etc.) FreeApp Store and Google Play
Upcardcommunication tool, activity schedules, and simple data collection FreeApp Store and Google Play
iReward Chartcustomizable reinforcement systems FreeApp Store and Google Play
Daniel Tiger for Parentssocial skills for young children FreeApp Store and Google Play
Autism Tracker Litesimple behavioral data collection FreeApp Store Only
Speech with Milolanguage skills (sequencing, feelings, articulation, etc.) FreeApp Store Only
ArtikPixarticulation practice FreeApp Store Only
Mouse Trial Litevocabulary practice FreeGoogle Play Only
iTouchiLearn Life Skillsvisual schedules, reward charts, task analyses, etc. $0.99App Store and Google Play
ABA Flash Cards & Games - Emotionsphotographic flash cards (add your own and record your voice) $0.99App Store Only
It's Done!create checklists and task analyses $2.99App Store and Google Play
Time Timervisual timer $2.99App Store and Google Play
i Create... Social Skills Storiescustomize social stories $4.99App Store Only
First Then Visual Schedule 
visual schedule$0.99App Store and Google Play


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