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Helping children with Learning Disabilities be more organised

Portrait of adult woman watching as her son doing homework using his laptop and fast wireless internet. Copyspace. Isolated on white backgroundStudents with learning disabilities often have trouble with study skills like getting and staying organized— a crucial executive function skill —and remembering what needs to happen and when.My son, who has a severe language disorder and auditory processing disorder, finds apps either on his iphone or our home ipad very interactive and help him be more organised with school work and at home with schedules.I found this article on the National Center for Learning Disabilities e-news and thought
it was worth sharing as I would love to know what Apps do and don’t work for others.I know that every person has slightly different needs, but it’s worth taking the time to find out which apps work for your child.







iStudiez Pro

This app is a great for students, teachers, and parents. It helps you stay on track by scheduling your appointments and reminding you of deadlines. Its features may be more intuitive for high school and college students.


This app helps students keep track of their courses through more efficient note-taking: video notes, audio notes, and photo notes.

Next Thing

Next Thing is a task manager and scheduling aid that’s comparable to a “digital sticky note.”


This in-depth mapping tool allows students to visually organize their thoughts, ideas, and information. It could be especially helpful to older students when organizing thoughts for writing papers.


Corkulous acts like a giant bulletin board where you can collect, organize, and share ideas—including creating a family message centre, reminder board, goal manager, and more.


Like to brainstorm? Maybe you or your child have too many ideas to keep track of one time? Keep your ground-breaking new ideas organized with Popplet.

Flashcards Deluxe

These aren’t your ordinary flashcards. Cards can have up to five sides (imagine: one side pronounces a word; another provides a visual cue;
another  spells it with a visual; and so on), and customisable colours
and themes will help students tailor cards to their needs.


This popular file-sharing software is a great organizational tool for
keeping all of your files accessible no matter where you are.

Alarm Clock Free

This free alarm clock for the iPad comes with snooze and sound fade-in features. It displays live, local weather conditions, which can help you or your child, visualise what to wear as soon as the day begins.


This password manager and protector will keep track of crucial personal information and protects it from potential threats.


GoodReader has been praised for its annotating capabilities and quick pace when managing large PDF and TXT files, manuals, and books. Its multi-tab option makes it easy to switch back and forth between documents when studying.

iAnnotate PDF

This 2012 Tabby Award Winner for “Best Productivity” offers customisableble annotation features like highlight colours and personalised stamps.

PDF Expert

Read and annotate PDF documents, highlight text, and take notes with PDF Expert, which is compatible with Preview and Adobe Acrobat.


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