QuickCues is a social script app that helps teens and young adults on the autism spectrum to handle new situations and learn new skills. Social scripts have been used successfully for years, but QuickCues makes these tools mobile and easy to use in everyday situations.

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Five QuickCues modules are available:

Communication: Provides help with conversations at school or work, listening, and talking on the telephone. It also gives tips on reading body language and finding shared interests with others. **The QuickCues app includes the Communications module; all other modules can be purchased through the In App Purchase function.**

Life Skills: Promotes good habits to stay organized at school, maintain personal hygiene, and stay healthy through diet and exercise. This module helps break down routines, tasks, and assignments to provide the structure users need to be and feel successful ($4.99).

Socialization: Helps users create and maintain good relationships. This module suggests appropriate behaviors, such as taking turns, learning about the interests of others, and giving compliments. It also helps users put structure and limits on their own interests and activities ($4.99).

Coping: Provides users with strategies for good mental health. This module helps with emotional awareness and relaxation ($4.99).

On the Job: Helps users navigate the complex world of employment. It includes scripts for nurturing appropriate office conversation, addressing conflict, and successful interaction in team membership ($4.99).

Safety: Designed to address safety in the community. This app includes scripts for such topics as Who Do I Ask? I Need Help, Handling Money, Safety Awareness, When I Am Approached by Others and more ($4.99).

QuickCues were developed by Fraser autism experts to make social scripts more practical through mobile technology. Fraser is an award-winning provider of autism services for children, adults and families.

What's New

Version 1.8

Updated for iOS 9 and the iPhone 6/6+ platforms
Fixed an error with receipt validation when purchasing new categories

Ratings and Reviews

Great for Social Cog group

Nia / SLP

As a speech-language pathologist, I'm always trying to find materials to use with my students with pragmatic (social skills) deficits. The quick-cues app allows me to choose a communication topic with my students and we act out the "appropriate versus innappropriate" way to behave. I use this with my 3-5th grade students. It looks like it can also be used with middle school students. I would definitely recommend this app for students working on social skills.



Where are the scripts? Where are visual tools?
Scripts are sequences of expected behaviors for a given situation. For example, when an individual enters a restaurant they choose a table, order, wait, eat, pay the bill, and leave. People continually follow scripts which are acquired through observation, habit, practice and simple routine. Following scripts is useful because it saves the time and mental effort of figuring out an appropriate behavior each time the same situation is encountered.
And adding visualization to words helps with memory.
This was a huge waste of my money.

Not worth the money

John Troxtel

There is very little in this app worth using. The simple text only instructions are not easy to use especially if you are working with learning disabled children. the "Fraser" tag makes the purchaser think this is some professionally developed psych tool. Its not. You can do all of this with your child without an app and probably already do.


6.6 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© 2010-2015 Fraser


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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