As I mentioned, there are 100 different sequences presented in the app. The autonomous habits included are activities such as brushing teeth, washing hands, getting dressed and going to bed. Some of the fun activities included are going to the beach, going to the movies and playing sports. This app also presents situations that may not occur as often, but need to be understood, such as: falling down, taking the bus, going to the doctor or getting wet in the rain. I really like how the app encourages children to explore the different emotions associated with certain activities – i.e. being sad when you fall, but knowing that you will be ok. Emotions like happiness, sadness, surprise and fear are explored in the app. Children will learn about all the various situations and emotions by watching the main character Tatus and his friends interact.
This app includes 100 exercises that introduce a situation to children and then they are asked to guess what will happen next. In addition to those exercises, there are also 60 exercises that display social situations and children are asked to say how they think the characters in the situation feel. I love how the options are highly configurable and parents are able to adapt the app to their specific child. This app is great for either a support tool in therapy or at home.
I really liked the iSEQUENCES app. I think that this app could definitely be very beneficial to children with Autism or Asperger’s Syndrome. I would highly recommend this app to any parent who feels their child could benefit from it!
Disclosure: I received a free copy of this app for review purposes.