Help your child prepare for social interactions, adaptive routines, new events, and more with Story Box, developed by PixelAtion Labs! Stories that model appropriate behaviors during social interactions can help children with autism when they encounter these scenarios in real life. Moreover, stories can help demonstrate upcoming events to ease a child’s anxiety when encountering something new.Story Box was designed for children with autism spectrum disorder, but is a useful tool for any child who needs help preparing for different types of social interactions, adaptive routines, and events.
Keep your child motivated with This for That: Token Store, developed by PixelAtion Labs! With Token Store, you can manage a token economy and customize a store of rewards for your child. The child earns tokens at your discretion for good behavior and completing tasks. Once enough tokens have been saved, the child may purchase store items of his or her choosing! In addition to rewarding good behavior, Token Store teaches important concepts like earning and saving. Token Store is designed for children with autism but is a useful tool for any child who can benefit from extra motivation.
Help your child perform daily routines independently with This for That: Visual Schedules, developed by PixelAtion Labs! Visual schedules are great assistive tools for children with autism spectrum disorder or other developmental disabilities who need help with adaptive and task completion skills. Visual schedules break tasks down into simple steps and use visual cues to help the child succeed! Easily create your own custom visual schedules with This for That and have access to your library of schedules on your iPhone or iPad. This for That is the only visual schedules app that integrates reinforcement to motivate the child to complete the task.
Support your child’s sense of time during activities with This for That: Visual Timer, developed by PixelAtion Labs! Visual timers are great assistive tools for children with autism and other developmental disabilities. Visual timers are useful for working on a variety of skills, including waiting, transitioning between activities, staying focused on a task, managing time during daily routines, refraining from engagement in a behavior, and tolerating an unpreferred activity for a length of time. This for That: Visual Timer incorporates visual aids to either ease transitions between activities or motivate the child to stay focused on an activity for a length of time.