What other websites could I look at?

Check out some helpful websites below.


Technical Support

We do our best to provide useful information, however, the Autism Association of Western Australia is not able to provide technical support for the use of your iPad.

Please contact your place of purchase or Apple Support here if you are in need of technical support.

Other Helpful Websites

Independent Living Centre WA – Tables and Smartphone Resource Page

The ILC Tech team have developed the following resources based on common enquiries. These resources are designed to be a starting point when sourcing information on assistive technology.

 

Kathy Schrock’s Guide to Everything

This website was created by Educational Technologist, Kathy Schrock, and provides links, tips and tricks for using technology for learning.  Kathy also has another website dedicated to using iPads for teaching.

 

Jane Farrall Consulting

This site was created by Speech Pathologist and Special Educator, Jane Farrall, and provides information on literacy, AAC and switch adapted apps.

 

Moms With Apps

This website provides information on apps that meet specific privacy and child-appropriate criteria from the perspective of parents. Membership is required to view the content.

 

Department of Education Victoria – iPads for Education

This website is designed for teachers and other education staff and provides information about specially selected apps, classroom ideas and technical tips.

 

Spectronics – Apps for Special Education

This website provides a list of reviewed apps for special education.

 

Tony Vincent – Learning in Hand

This website provides the perspective of an experienced teacher around digital technology in the classroom.

 

Bronwyn Sutton – The Learning App Guide

This website was created by recognised Speech Pathologist, Bronwyn Sutton, and identifies a variety of apps that may support learning, communication, and skill development for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder. An annual fee applies to view all content. However, a trial period is available on registration.

 

AT Chat YouTube Channel

AT Chat was developed by Chris Bugaj, an American based Speech Pathologist who works within schools to support students with ASD.  He has developed a range of videos and Pod Casts around using assistive technology to support learners with various educational needs.

 

Spectronics – Apps for Literacy Support

This website contains a lot of information about Apps for literacy support completed by the Spectronics Consultancy Team.  They briefly review a range of apps to support reading, writing, note taking, mind mapping and organisation.

Speak now

You are now being re-directed to the Autism Association of Western Australia’s main website www.autism.org.au.