For parents and caregivers, the Sesame Street and Autism: See Amazing in All Children app provides tools to help families with preschool children with autism, as well as help those just learning about autism celebrate differences and build bridges of acceptance.
•Articles with tips and strategies
•Videos featuring real families and Sesame Street’s Abby Cadabby
•8 Interactive Family Routine Cards
•We're Amazing 123! digital storybook "
We recommend you use the tools and watch the videos before sharing them with your children so that you can choose what is most relevant and helpful for your family.
"Resources in this app are part of the Sesame Street and Autism initiative. You can access additional project materials online, at sesamestreet.org/autism.
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As an autistic adult it was too young for me, but I really like the message. If I have an autistic kid, I'll probably show it to them. I do have a concern about Naisaiah's family teaching him eye contact, though, because eye contact can interfere with autistic people's functioning.
only reason I'm rating now is because most apps to help children or adults with autism like to charge you for the program or only give you half what the app says, this is not the case I'm glad you guys didn't add in app purchases to better an person life...personally I don't see how you can put a price tag on the learning of children or adults who ALREADY SUFFER from learning disabilities
This is the only app. that I've seen that helps the parents as well as the children. Sesame Street, THANKS! you guys really love and understand children,period.
My daughter has autism and this probably can't cure autism
Love the videos and the storys. Love sesame street!
Vaccines cause autism
My 4 year old was diagnosed with autism over a year ago and kids his age have trouble understanding what is wrong with my son and it is hard to explain to them but Sesame Street does a good job and I love the resources here in this app such as the cards and videos
They got most of the Autism spectrum, but what about Aspergers?
I love this app for my 6yr old diagnosed with autism at the age of 3. I'm so happy to see some change .