autism x press great app. wish there were more like it. my child uses this every day. I've even used it at school when he is having a melt down. this app has helped him understand how he feels and wants to feel. now when he's sad he will say I want a happy face.
Very good BUT!!! My three year old who is waiting to be assessed for autism loves this especially the happy face. If only you had a voice to tell him what the faces are as he thinks sleepy is sad so have to tell him what they are and follow him around as he don't want me there lol cheeky monkey, fantastic tho please make more <3
Sux Will not even be showing my child this app. it will not help him develop any emotional understanding... Also the fact it does not stay consistent giving stability is a major design flaw (shuffling should be an option able to be turned off)
Not great Thought it might've been a good app to use with my clients but not impressed. As a behavior specialist working with children with developmental and behavioral disorders I thought it would be a good tool but sorry to say I've made up better material on paper
Did you have to compare autism prevalence to life threatening diseases like leukemia? As an autistic person with a family history of cancer, I find the comparison offensive on multiple levels. Compared to cancer or other deadly conditions, autism is nothing. And yet many people think autistic people are better off dead - that's why our murderers get such light sentences on average.
What? Bad glitch. None of the buttons are visible! I could blindly click them but how useful is that? The worst part is the kiddo i work with loves this app, it helped him to express his emotions with my predecessor. I was excited when i finally found it myself but then this. He was upset when we couldn't use it, as was I. Fix it and I'll gladly update my rating.
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