Wow, this deal is incredible! I can't even link all of the apps individually, or I'd never be able to get this post done, there are so many. But a number of these apps haven't been free in a long time (almost 2 years!) making this a deal to move on quickly. I know it's Thanksgiving in the United States, but while that big meal is digesting, download these apps and share this post with an interested friend.
As we prepare for Thanksgiving, when we will stuff our faces with turkey and think of all we have to be thankful for, it seemed a good time to post a little list of some good apps about Thanksgiving and/or thankfulness.
The other day when I was milling around at the school waiting for my kids to come outside, I overheard a parent and teacher talking. The little boy has pretty severe asthma and seasonal allergies are one of his major triggers. The teacher was concerned because when the class went outside, he started wheezing. For certain kids with special needs, breathing issues can be a concern and airborne allergies can cause issues. I just stumbled upon the ZYRTEC® ALLERGYCAST™ app which parents and caregivers may find helpful in tracking and forecasting airborne allergies.
Sorry, the forecasting portion is for the US only.
Thanks to a tip from a colleague (thanks, Cyndi!), I recently discovered this YouTube series from Carla Butorac. They are very well produced and worth a look for anyone teaching special needs children. Many of the videos look into good apps to use, such as the pictured Inference Ace and Inference Ace 2. Others discuss visual supports, or even thinking about independent living