Look for multisensory apps to promote skills of young children with autism

By Cara Nissman, Special Ed Connection® “Using tools with a multisensory approach allows children not only to learn but to express themselves,” said Frances Amato, a STEM educator and technology liaison at Public School 37 Richmond in Staten Island, N.Y.  Learn about five apps that can help young children with autism improve their perspective-taking, literacy, fine-motor, and other skills. More…

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