This is an app for families who have a child on the Autism spectrum, which will help teach your child life skills.
*** 2016 Parents' Choice Award: Recommended ***
For parents and caregivers, the Sesame Street and Autism: See Amazing in All Children app provides tools to help families with preschool aged children on the Autism spectrum. These resources were made to guide families with the challenges they may face.
• Articles with tips and strategies
• Videos featuring real families and Sesame Street’s Abby Cadabby, and Julia.
• 12 Interactive Family Routine Cards
• We're Amazing 123! storybook
• Family Forever Storybook
We recommend you use the tools and watch the videos before sharing them with your children so that you can choose what is most relevant and helpful for your family.
Resources in this app are part of the Sesame Street and Autism initiative. You can access additional project materials online, at sesamestreet.org/autism.
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Join Sesame Street's Julia and her whole family in a new storybook and all new Family Routine Cards.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Being on the autism spectrum, it really warmed my heart when Julia was introduced to the show. This is something that Sesame Street was destined to do! I also love the storybooks here. Don’t really care much for the routine cards honestly because I already have my own, but I love the storybooks.
But the reason why I gave it four stars is because the interface is kind of bland-looking and looks too much like the website. Other than that, good job.
My autistic son (and I) loved the videos. He was fascinated and we had some great discussions from it.
Even I Love It and I'm Learning More About Them
I am 15 years old, have autism, and love Sesame Street. One day I have noticed that SST has recently introduced a little girl muppet with autism by the name of Julia. And I wondered, wow, Sesame Street is putting together an organization for autism and I would someday like to know more about just how autistic Julia is.
Then yesterday I found this app because I thought it would be useful for me and I want to learn more about autism. This night before dinner, I had been watching the videos. Yes, I'd give all of them a five since they are so useful and helpful. (I think I'm probably related to Nasaiah since I began to talk at about 3.5 or 4 years.) You know, some autistic children can speak while others can't, but have their own ways to communicate to others like using pictures with words (which I remember doing from preschool-1st grade) and signing (which I have taken a course over the summer and I can now ace it, I have a few girls in my softball team with autism/aspergers who can sign instead of speak too). And I have found the flashcards very useful although I already know all the basic steps Abby teaches, but my mother will somehow encourage me to try new foods. I will someday show this app to my neurologists and also recommend it to my mom's friend's severely autistic son.
- Sesame Workshop Apps
- 3.5 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Unrestricted Web Access
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.