Does your child have worries, anxieties, tantrums?
Imagine if an app could teach your child to voice their problems, express their feelings and decide on a plan of action.
Ask Ed is designed to help children deal with real life problems from the smallest annoyance to a 'full blown catastrophe'.
Ed, the Catastrophe Scale cat guides children through the Ask Ed process; asking questions, providing advice and giving encouragement.
Ask Ed uses the Catastrophe Scale to help children put their problems into perspective. Problems may be rated from 0 (no problem) to 10 (worst ever). This helps children understand that some problems may not be as bad as first perceived and can be easily overcome (ratings 0 - 4), while more challenging problems (ratings 5 - 10) need different strategies and help from other people.
Ask Ed is a great way for children to express their problems and share their feelings, empowering them to solve their own problems and feel good about themselves.
Features of Ask Ed
• Deals with ‘real life’ problems - from the smallest annoyance to a full blown catastrophe!
• Helps children manage feelings of frustration, sadness and anger.
• Provides messages of support and encouragement.
• Produces an Ask Ed report detailing the child’s responses.
• Report can be emailed and printed for future reference.
• Includes a database of real life problems experienced by children.
• Allows children to add their own problems and ideas.
• Helps children develop real life problem solving skills and build resilience.
• Can be used at home, school or out and about.
• Works with individual children or groups of children.
• Suitable for children from pre-school to secondary school.
If you’re looking for a way to help children, Ask Ed!
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I bought this app to work with students on their feelings but the app doesn't work well and the suggestion made are common sense. I paid too much for this. Wish I could get my money back.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.