Autism Unlocked

December 13, 2012, 12:00 am

How are you using Autism Unlocked?  Send us some comments or videos about your experience with Autism Unlocked. 


We continue to see Autism Unlocked working with a wide variety of users.  The leveling system is an AWESOME tool that allows teachers and parents to set the difficulty.  We are using Autism Unlocked in the classroom setting and it’s a great tool to keep engaged while having fun!  Most students are motivated by the fun zone BUT there are some students who need further reinforcement.  It’s okay to skip the fun zone and give a different reward after playing Talk to Learn. 


We would LOVE some feedback about your experience.  We are curious about who and how you are using Autism Unlocked:

 

  • What is the users functioning level non-verbal , verbal, or in between?
  • Can the user type, if not what kind of prompts are you giving?
  • Is the user engaged when playing the program – do they need prompts to pay attention?
  • What levels of the program do you use the most - the lower levels 1-5, mid 6-15, 15-24?

Some of the feedback I have received has been Autism Unlocked is it's too simple.  We designed the game to be simple and repetitive.  In order to meet the needs of the lower end of the spectrum we had to keep it simple. 

Also, keep in mind users on the lower end of the spectrum will need lots of repetition to learn BASIC conversation skills.  Research shows 10,000+ repetitions may be needed to learn basic skills. 
Autism Unlocked was designed to deliver a platform that provides LOTS of repetition.  In order to get adequate repetition I recommend using Talk to Learn 2-3 times per week. 
 

 

I hope you have had the opportunity to experience Autism Unlocked!  If not we do have a RISK FREE 30 day try or get a refund. 

Thanks! 
 


Comments

December 21, 2012 10:06am
Nichole

We are not currently using Autism Unlocked but would Love to!!

December 21, 2012 9:56am
Tea Moore

Hi there, I would love to try this. I am new to your site.

December 21, 2012 9:46am
Susan Spann

As a resource since I was newly diagnosed last December.

December 21, 2012 9:27am
Bonnie Bobeck

Hoping to win the subscription so I can try this with my son. If I do, I will gladly provide all the information regarding how we are using it and what helpss him and what doesn't.

 
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