A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this app.
Intentional practice with social sequencing: what should happen first, next, last, and so on. Kids can transfer this practice with familiar routines to unfamiliar routines with adult help and can see their own data as they grow in their ability to recognize social situations.
Ease of Play
Straightforward and easy to use. Younger users or those with significant delays in expressive language may need more one-on-one support from an adult to access the content appropriately.
Parents Need to Know
Is It Any Good?
For kids with language deficits or who might benefit from specific pragmatic language practice, this app is a win. Sequences: 4-Step is especially handy when you're uploading kid-specific routines or to introduce kids to new places or space they may be unfamiliar with. It will be important for an adult to pair these images with specific words to help kids commit these sequences to memory and reason through unpredictable additions to their routines.
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