Monday, March 17, 2014

Free app for Social Skills: Model Me Going Places 2 - Videos for modeling social skills

New places and new situations can cause anxiety and fear in many children with special needs.  Video modeling is a great technique to help children become more comfortable before venturing out to an unfamiliar place.  Model Me Going Places 2 offers slide shows of children modeling appropriate behavior in 6 common settings: hairdresser, mall, doctor, playground, grocery store, and restaurant.  The developer of this app, Model Me Kids, also offers a complete social skills training series including a DVD and other materials.

Autoplay each slideshow or turn each page on your own.  Each slideshow contains quality photographs with narration in a child's voice and text printed on the bottom of the page.    


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From iTunes:

Model Me Going Places™ is a great visual teaching tool for helping your child learn to navigate challenging locations in the community. Each location contains a photo slideshow of children modeling appropriate behavior. 

LOCATIONS: 
- Hairdresser 
- Mall 
- Doctor 
- Playground 
- Grocery Store 
- Restaurant 

EASY TO USE: Touch the forward and back buttons to move through the photos one by one. Or simply press the slide show button to advance photos automatically. A home button brings you back to the navigation menu where you may choose your next destination. 

ABOUT: This app is based on the Model Me Going Places™ DVD, part of the Model Me Kids® social skills training series for children and teenagers with Autism and Asperger Syndrome. 

FEATURES: The app includes audio narration (English) and descriptive text of each photo. 

To learn more, visit www.modelmekids.com 
Follow us on Twitter @modelmekids 

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