SocialSkills for Autism Kloog2

3.7
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About this app

Kloog 2 - Return to Zugopolis, is the second app in the Social Skills for Autism series and continues the journey of our alien character Kloog, through the social world that he finds difficult and challenging.

This app contains lessons which teach life and safety skills suitable for all children, but which have been laid out in an autism friendly manner. It offers solutions to everyday difficulties experienced by all children.

This app looks at friendship and explores areas such as: What is a friend; Developing friendships; and how to recognise and respond to bullying. This app introduces the user to a range of wonderful and interesting new characters, the planets where they live and the story of how they must learn to form friendships and work together.

The Social Skills for Autism app is the Intellectual Property of the Shine Centre for Autism in Ireland and is based on the very successful “PALS” (Personal & Life Skills Programme) that has been running at the Centre since 2010.
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Dec 9, 2016

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3.7
41 reviews
A Google user
December 3, 2019
I am a speech pathologist who teaches children social skills every day. This app has the right idea, and has selected some good concepts to teach kids. However, it is not done well. There is a lot of text and not a lot of action. It is basically hearing a lesson and then taking a quiz. I was really hoping to get to play through some actual scenarios. Knowing the types of kids who would benefit from the skills taught, they would get bored pretty quickly.
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Paula Wesson, RDN
September 29, 2020
NOT meant for a person w/autism to use independently. Every lesson has multiple topics for the user to discuss w/someone else. Not to mention, if the user has trouble reading, they will need someone to read the screen. I like the concept & some of the topics. For example, the first lesson is about how not everyone is your friend (which some child or people w/autism struggle with). There's also a lesson on online safety.
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Smoky Morris
November 18, 2022
Firstly, making the MC an alien is kind of dehumanising. Secondly, the app is basically teaching autistic people to mask (eg. you HAVE to do this thing or people won't accept you) which is often traumatising for autistic folks. Thirdly, it only seeks very specific answers from you which can be inaccurate. How do I know? I had this app when I was 9 and I only recently realised how messed up it was. Absolutely disgusting. Correction: I had the first one, not the sequel.
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