You know that notebook/binder/organizer that you carry with you at all times to help keep track of, well, of everything. And do you remember that time you lost it for a day and thought you might just cry? Well, what if you could keep all of that information on your phone? Plus, sync it across your devices and share information with family and caregivers? With Birdhouse for Special Needs you can do just that. The fact that it is free is just the cherry on top of the sundae!
If you’d like to download Birdhouse for Special Needs (FREE, iPad/iPhone), please use the handy link below so they’ll know how you found them.
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Birdhouse for Special Needs is a favorite of ours in the Smart Apps family. This wonderful tool can help parents and caregivers track health, diet, and behavioral data along with scheduling and therapy information and more. Having all of the information in one place can really help give a comprehensive picture of what’s going on in your child’s life and help you make changes if you find that something isn’t working.
All of this information will be at your fingertips, right on your phone.
As featured on Parents.com, HuffingtonPost, Smart Apps for Special Needs, Autism Speaks, Friendship Circle, Detroit Metro Parent, The Autism Show Podcast, and more!
Rated Top 10 Special Needs apps by Friendship Circle and Top 5 Organizational Apps for Special Needs Parents by Smart Apps for Special Needs.
Organize your care, doctor information, therapies, schedules, behavior notes, interventions, etc, and figure out how to improve your care. Have this information at your fingertips any time you need it, and share this information with anyone who needs it. Regain some control and sanity and watch how your care and outcomes improve and everyone's life is better.
USE BIRDHOUSE TO:
-Keep a daily behavioral journal
-Track new diets (gluten free, casein free, GAPS, etc)
-Share info with your spouse, caregiver, a grandparent, teacher(s) and/or therapist(s)
-Manage alternative diets and eating habits
-Track your child's sleep cycles
-Identify what causes meltdowns
-Organize medications and supplements
-Record notes from therapy sessions
-Account for poop & dietary infractions
-Stay in control of your child's progress
Managing developmental delays, learning disabilities, behavioral challenges, or something similar?
Take back control with Birdhouse. Birdhouse is a super helpful, easy-to-use website and app designed for parents raising children with special needs.
Easily keep track of meds, therapies, behaviors, sleeping habits, poop, meltdowns, eating & diets, or anything about your child's life that you want to keep a record of, so you can figure out what's working and what needs to be changed, and have access to anything whenever you need it.
For thousands of parents around the world, Birdhouse for Special Needs is among the most valuable resources in their arsenal, keeping them organized and in control.
"I've recommended you to a zillion peeps!" -Linda Q., Supermom
People have used this for all of the following things, and more, to great success;
ADD/ADHD, SPD (sensory processing disorder), FAS, PANDAS, Anxiety, Williams Syndrome, Rhett Syndrome, Cystic Fibrosis, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, Dyslexia, Fragile X, Bipolar, PDD-NOS, Epilepsy, etc
Check out http://birdhousehq.com/specialneeds for a full rundown of features, and testimonials from parents, teachers, and specialists who've used Birdhouse.
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[Did you see our other app, Birdhouse for Autism, and are unsure about which one to download? You can choose whichever seems best for you - the app will adapt to your needs as you begin to use it; choosing the wrong one will not make a difference in what you are able to use. We list them separately to make sure people are finding the help they are looking for. Contact us if you have any questions]
Kelli’s kids think she’s supermom when they get to have breakfast for dinner. She will be sad when they get old enough to realize it’s because scrambled eggs are easy to make.