The Planner Guide Mobile Application
Independence Anytime, Anywhere!
An Organizational and Reference System for People with Social and Cognitive Challenges.
Help individuals become less prompt dependent, think for themselves and build self-esteem!
The Planner Guide Mobile Application is a companion to The Planner Guide Web Application. Both were created for readers and non-readers, using text and age appropriate graphics that are gender and race neutral.
The Planner Guide is a reference system for pre-adolescence, adolescence and adult life that includes 135 Reference Guides that provide information of what to expect or how to do a task in the following areas: Personal, Problem-Solving, Communication, Relationships, Community, Work, Home, Technology, School, Stress Management, Self-Advocacy, Personal Safety and Interdependence. Reference Guides are easily customized on a computer and then available to the user on any portable device.
The Planner Guide Mobile Application includes one year use of:
•135 Reference Guides
•One year visual, interactive calendar with text and age appropriate graphics that are gender and race neutral
•Content of your personalized Planner Guide can be used anytime, anywhere!
The Planner Guide teaches and promotes maximum independence!
For use with individuals with:
•Autism Spectrum Disorders
•Intellectual Disabilities/Cognitive Impairments
•Traumatic Brain Injuries
Students use during pre-adolescent, transition years and throughout adult life!
Lifetime resource for maximum independence for individuals with disabilities!
Here is what professionals are saying:
“This is an excellent resource that will be extremely valuable for individuals, parents, and school.”
Tony Attwood, Ph.D. Author of Asperger’s Syndrome
“The Planner is Fabulous! User friendly… promotes independence…and it’s visual!”
Linda Hodgdon, M.Ed. Author of Visual Strategies
“An incredible, comprehensive, and user-friendly life guide to social communication concepts and skills.”
Carol Gray, Developer of Social Stories & Comic Strip Conversations