Apps

DISCLAIMER:

Any providers, equipment, or services linked herein are for informational purposes only, and Transitional Paths to Independent Living neither endorses nor encourages any given program over another*

  • Apple’s Special Education App section A direct link to the Apple store, with routing for iPhones and iPads
  • Google Play’s Android Education section divided into areas for STEM, math, literacy and creativity
  • Friendship Circle is a non-profit organization that provides programs and support to the families of individuals with special needs
  • Bridging Apps is a program of Easter Seals Greater Houston that provides access to educational and therapeutic tools—anywhere, anytime—allowing parents, teachers, and therapists to effectively use mobile devices and apps to target and improve individual skill development to help children and adults with disabilities reach their highest levels of physical and cognitive development.
  • Apps for People with Disabilities and Older People is a collection that is grouped by disability as well as some useful guidelines for app research and basic practices. This is a remote site, however, so everything may not work the same as in the US.
  • The Army Reserve Battle Buddy App