Finding apps that are entertaining or helpful can be difficult – what a friend loves may not work for you. This challenge is acute for people who are neurodiverse. Most apps aren’t designed for people like them, and wading through the options is time consuming.
Neurodiversity covers a broad range of brain differences that, for some students, can mean they need extra support for executive functioning, social skills, or communication. Those who are twice exceptional because they are both gifted and have a learning disorder can also benefit from opportunities to extend their passions and find new ones.