Presentation on theme: "Apps for Autism By: Morgan S.. Always Unique Totally Interesting Sometimes Mysterious."— Presentation transcript:
Apps for Autism By: Morgan S.
Always Unique Totally Interesting Sometimes Mysterious
I feel that so many autistic kids are misunderstood because of their disability and I wanted to change that by journeying into the autism world. Studying apps that help them learn, and conversing with people to show them the help that is offered is how I wanted to prove that they were capable of doing what any other person who wasn’t influenced by autism could do.
Twitter helped me connect with people all over America!
Gained 220+ followers! Talked with people all over America Obtained great feedback from my followers
Discussed apps Interacted with other bloggers involving autism
Support + Hootsuite = Success!
o Better way to schedule multiple tweets o Kept me organized o Fast and easy!
o Having a great mentor who knew a lot in the autism department saved me so much time and research. “Well I think that’s a great idea!”
The memories “I think that technology has changed his life completely, especially with entertainment.” - Paige Johnson “This project has been a real eye – opener to me.” “Technology is opening doors and changing lives for those with autism.” - Fran Sheffield
oMoMrs. Vicki Davis oMoMrs. Fran Sheffield oMoMy parents oJoJohn Mark oJoJamie oJoJulia oMoMrs. Paige Johnson oKoKrysten Johnson oMoMy Twitter followers oBoBrandon oRoRiya oMoMargaret