Last month I wrote about Look in My Eyes, an app for iPhone and iPod Touch that offers kids on the autism spectrum an opportunity to practice eye contact in a non-threatening game. Based on parent feedback on that first game, FizzBrain has come out with another version, Eye Contact Toolbox, that gives more immediate rewards. When players earn four stars, they can spend it on animated toys to put in a toybox. It's appropriate for younger kids, or kids with a shorter attention span. Like the earlier version, Eye Contact Toolbox is $2.99 and available from the iTunes store.
Have you tried this eye-contact app, or found another app you find useful for your child with special needs? Share in the comments.
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