This tracks how accessible business places are. It can be loaded on your cell phones as an App.
This app helps people take notes on their iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. It is designed for people with vision loss.
|App of the Day|
This webpage regularly profiles new apps that are coming out to meet the needs of people with disabilities.
|Autism 5-Point Scale EP tech app|
This iPhone app was designed for specifically for individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) to assist them in communicating effectively with first responders in a variety of emergency situations.
This app presents a way to find other apps useful to people who have autism, Down syndrome and other special needs.
|Autism Speaks App List|
This website has a list of apps for smartphones, tablets and other portable devices.
This app makes smartphone screens easier to read and use.
This app sends automatic emails to DSPs about where a person is when he or she is out in the community. It works on the iPhone, iPad or iPod.
|CQL POST App|
This app gives a snapshot of the quality of life of a person with disabilities using CQL's person-centered outcomes.
This easy to use app gives people reminder messages on their iPhone.
This app helps people read money. It was made for the blind and visually impaired and can be downloaded for free.
This free smartphone app helps people find places in a shopping mall. It provides an interactive map of the mall and turn-by-turn directions.
This app makes it easy to type text on a touch-screen. It works on a cell phone (iPhone or Android).
This app helps people keep track of when to do chores around the house.
|i Get... Cooking|
This app helps people do things in the kitchen, like remember recipes or find the right equipment. It works on the ipad or the iphone.
This app uses real pictures to help people with language difficulties communicate. It works with the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
|It's My Future|
An iPad app that helps adults with developmental disabilities to become more self-determined. It also helps people take part in their annual planning meetings.
|Jane's Apps for AAC|
This website lists the many apps that help people communicate.
An app to help people with disabilities easily find places in London that are accessible.
|My Life! My Story!|
An iPad app to help people with disabilities create their own story. They can use it to tell others about their lives.
This smartphone app allows people to easily report cars that are illegally parked in a space reserved for people with disabilities.
|Sign Me A Story|
This app teaches sign language through story and video. It features children with Down syndrome as the signing demonstrators.
|Switch Accessible Apps for iPad/iPhone|
A list of switch accessible apps for the iPad and/or iPhone. Switches are devices that allow an individual to make a selection in the app using gross motor movements.
This app can tell you what something is after you take a picture of it with your smartphone. It helps people who are blind or visually impaired.
This website provides a way to find, share, rate and review assistive technology devices for people with intellectual or developmental disabilities.
This device helps people access their smartphones or tablets by using a switch or the driving control of their wheelchairs.
An app to help people recognize emotions, the meaning behind emotion and how fast an individual can interpret the emotion.
A website and smartphone app that provides wheelchair accessibility information for places all over the world.