Expressions for Autism
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Understand and recognize expressions by recreating them with facial features!
Expressions by EdNinja was developed by experienced autism therapists specifically for children with autism and other special needs. Expressions is simple interactive exercise designed to train and improve human emotion recognition by recreating facial expressions such as anger, fear, sadness and happiness through the correct placement of facial features – eyebrows, eyes, nose and mouth.
Expressions is a valuable asset for therapists and teachers. You can create personalized player profiles and measure their progress every time they complete an exercise. In addition, the app includes a time limit, which can changed at any time for every player, designed to avoid frustration and loss of interest.
• Recreate facial expressions to improve emotion recognition
• Improved social skills
• Improved ability to relate with peers
• Useful app for therapy sessions
• Tutorials. Easy to follow instructions that show the player how to complete the exercise
• Track player's progress. You will be able to see the number of attempts and time it took to complete a level
• Hints and clues. Every exercise offers optional hints on how to complete it, avoiding frustration and loss of interest
• Time your exercises. In the app settings, you can set a time limit in each exercise
• Rewards. After each exercise, player will be rewarded, thus reinforcing his sense of security
• Multiple profiles. Customize every player profile.
• English and Spanish supported. Change the game’s language at any time.
We believe that apps are the perfect tool to help ALL children develop their learning abilities, and at the same time provide a positive impact on the child’s academic and social skills.
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What's New in Version 1.0.4
- Minor fixes
I was disappointed when I tried out this app. I found it confusing trying to match a sad nose and feel like if I have a hard time my son would have a really hard time. When I finished the sad face it was a kid standing in class with a bad grade and the kids in the background were laughing. I fell this is not only inappropriate, but would be confusing to a child with autism.
Simple yet fairly effective
I like this app for teaching students that there are features of the face that are more relevant than others. It makes learning about face reading a fun game.
- Category: Education
- Updated: May 29, 2013
- Version: 1.0.4
- Size: 40.1 MB
- Languages: English, Spanish
- Seller: Maria de Lourdes Ibanez Aldana
- © EdNinja Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.1 or later. Compatible with iPad.