Switch Skills 2

Twenty activities at an elementary level. Press your switch or the touch screen when a big, bright object appears, and see an animated reward. Exciting music promotes interest.

Higher level activities require more visual discrimination, although most can still be played successfully by those with severe visual impairment. Configurable options allow you to meet individual needs or develop learners’ skills in small steps.

Four activities provide opportunities for creative and experimental play by early switch users, e.g. the spray can zigzags over a wall and sprays paint when you press your switch. Topics range widely and should appeal to a wide range of ages.



Switch Skills 2 Manual (PDF)

Operating System



Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10 / 11
(There may be issues with multi-touch touchscreens in Windows 8 or newer)

Potential Issues

You may experience problems using multi-touch touchscreens on Windows 8 or newer, if the user is not capable of performing a clearly defined single point of touch. The program will not respond if the user hits the screen with a palm or a fist.

The touchscreen software has been programmed to respond to a left-mouse click. A single point of touch in Windows 8 or newer will emulate a left mouse-click, however, two (or more) points of touch will be interpreted as a 'gesture' – a completely different command which this software will duly ignore.

This issue does not affect multi-touch users running on Windows 7. Windows 7 will accept the first point of touch and ignore whatever additional contact is made, successfully emulating a left-mouse click.

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