Quincy, Massachusetts – Everyday Speech today is proud to introduce Let’s be Social! 1.0 for iPad – a new app focused on helping model and teach social skills to children with autism spectrum disorders and developmental delays. Developed for Speech Language Pathologists, Teachers, and Parents alike, Let’s be Social! comes standard with 25 premium lessons and also gives users the power to create their own lessons, write their own questions, and use their own pictures to meet each child’s specific learning needs.
The 25 premium lessons included in Let’s be Social! were created by ASHA-certified SLPs and are based on real world experiences working with children who have a variety of needs. Lessons cover a wide range of daily interactions, from Navigating the Community to School Behavior and Social Relationships. Each lesson comes with custom illustrations designed to clearly show emotions felt and actions taken during each step of the interaction. Lessons also include a question and answer portion designed to measure retention and drive key concepts home.
Let’s be Social! also provides incredible flexibility by providing users with an easy, intuitive way to create their own lessons. This allows users to write detailed content and include pictures extremely relevant to all the social interactions that pop up in everyday life. In prelaunch testing, users found that the flexibility and interactivity of Let’s be Social! made it a good learning tool for children from kindergarten through high school.
* Compatible with iPad
* Requires iOS 6.0 or higher
* 54.3 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Let’s be Social’s (v1.0) special introductory pricing is $14.99 (or equivalent amount) and is available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Education category.
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