Autism iHelp is a vocabulary teaching aid developed by parents of a child with Autism and a speech-language pathologist. Autism iHelp was inspired by the need for specific language intervention tools for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder focusing on their unique strengths and difficulty with expressive vocabulary.
Autism iHelp - Comprehension targets fundamental receptive language skills in a variety of formats. While utilizing real-life photographs, this app requires the learner to listen and follow directions of varying complexity. Comprehension of one- and two-step directions is essential for academic success on a fundamental level, and builds on short-term and auditory memory skills. Options include written directions and verbally presented directions.
Additionally, you are able to track your child's gains through progress reports that average the last 3 performances of each learning enhancement activity.
“with Autism iHelp… gets better.”

What’s New

Version 1.2.0

This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.

Latest iOS version support.

Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
17 Ratings

17 Ratings

S.L., Speech Pathologist ,

Unable to download in app purchases

I really like the Autism iHelp apps. I use them all the time with my students with ASD and PDD. Unfortunately, when I try to download the in-app purchase to unlock all the sets, I receive a message stating that iTunes cannot be reached. I have not had this difficulty with other iHelp apps.

Blackdahliany ,

No App Support for Paid Customer 👎🏼

Where is your app support contact info? I do not use Facebook, which is a poor way to discourage your customers from reaching you. I’m a paid user who planned to purchase several iHelp apps for my son, but cannot do so until my sound issue is resolved. We get no sound at all on any of the iHelp apps. I’ve checked settings, volume, etc. All appears fine and I get sound on any other app. Please respond to this. Thank you

thicpuff ,

Profiting off asd children

IDon’t appreciate being able to only access a small piece of the app. Do you want us to like the app so much to buy it when you’re not giving us anything to really like. The fact that my child only got to do like a few questions is ridiculous. I feel that all the autism apps are out to make profit from struggling parents who want to help their children desperately and I don’t like that.

App Privacy

The developer, John Talavera, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

No Details Provided

The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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