Dean Huff, creator and owner of Visules writes that "as a father of a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder, I have learned that communicating visually with my son is often the most effective way. As a professional application developer and avid iPhone user, I knew we needed to have "an app for that." The result is Visules, which communicates checklists and individual cues using text, images, and colors.
Visules is very streamlined and has two collections, actions and flows.
Actions are individual cues. You can make your own actions using your camera or images you find online.
Flows are series of actions. Flows let you create a to-do list for the user. When they've finished a step, touching that word or icon places a check in the right side indicating it's done.
List Mode is the setting to use Visules. Actions and Flows are not editable in this setting.
Edit Mode is the editable mode.
For a simple, easy to use scheduler, Visules is hard to beat.