Bottom Line: Birdhouse for Epilepsy is designed specifically to help patients and caregivers manage epilepsy more effectively. With a Birdhouse account, the free version allows for a basic seizure journal, utilizing an iOS or Android device and a web app. The full version of the app is significantly more extensive, with the ability to track triggers, organize medications and much more.
Bottom Line: With no parental controls in place, in-app purchases and third-party ads, this app is most definitely for the oldest kids we review for and as it turns out, this 44 year-old app reviewer that can barely stop watching her little people running around to write this post. Oh look! Another coin!
Bottom line: Avaz FreeSpeech is a powerful new app designed to help children of all learning levels and language abilities develop grammatically correct sentences using a simple building block method. A welcome addition for anyone with young writers that struggle with arranging sentences or who have a language impairment that makes it frustrating to communicate.
One of our favorite organizational tools, Birdhouse for Special Needs, is our good free app of the day! This highly customizable app is an invaluable tool for any family, especially during these busy, busy times. What a convenient way to keep everybody on the same page.
Did I mention that it's FREE?
If you haven’t tried Birdhouse for Special needs yet, be sure to download it today!