Sōsh, the only mobile app of its kind for children and teens with social skills difficulties, has been made available in a Lite version in the iTunes Store. Now everyone can have full access to all of the features of this app for a trial period of one week from the time of download before deciding whether to purchase the full version. Don’t miss the chance to try out this app! Members of the Asperger’s community are saying, “I have never come across something so great for people with Asperger’s.” Experts in the field and app reviewers are saying:
- “This is a marvelous autism app. I haven’t seen anything like it.”
- “It is one sweet app, is strength-based and best in breed; an app that is both dignified, and appeals to kids’ strengths while building social skills at the same time. Finally, something my tween will want!”
- “Sōsh gives you virtually every tool you could possibly have in one electronic iPhone toolbox. It’s the Swiss Army knife of apps!”
- “This app is the most comprehensive electronic and portable toolbox for social skills development!”
For individuals ages 9 to 22 years old with Asperger’s Syndrome, difficulty with social interactions is a leading cause of stress and one of the most common calls for help. With over 60 screens of exercises, strategies, and practical information regarding social skills, the Sōsh app will assist with social skill development, and provide feedback and tools for parents, teachers and therapists. Examples include tools to relieve stress, guidance for appropriate social behaviors, and self-monitoring capabilities. The app is available in the iTunes app store.
About The Developer
Dr. Mark Bowers is a Pediatric Psychologist in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He specializes in neurodevelopmental diagnoses (i.e., Autism, Asperger’s, ADHD, and Learning Difficulties) and he is an expert in social skills. Dr. Bowers has contributed to articles in WebMD magazine, Scholastic, and Parenting: The Early Years. In addition to developing the Sōsh mobile app, he is the author of the book Sōsh: Improving Social Skills with Children and Adolescents. Visit http://www.mysosh.com for a full review of the app’s potential to improve social skills.