Ore. nonprofit gives iPads, apps to children with disabilities

03/10/2014 | Bulletin (Bend, Ore.), The

Adler's Voice, a nonprofit program in Bend, Ore., that provides families with iPads and specialized applications for children with disabilities, has received funding to allow it to expand services for families throughout Oregon. Stephanie Utzman created the group after her son, Adler, who has speech apraxia and cerebral palsy, successfully used an iPad and an app designed for speech, to communicate with her.

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