District uses iPads to improve communication for students with autism

04/11/2011 | Wisconsin Dells Events (Wis.)

Educators in a Wisconsin district have been testing the use of iPads since January to help students with autism or speech impediments communicate. The district plans to increase the number of speech pathologists using the devices to four from two next month. One speech pathologist says she uses the iPad to display words or pictures. Students then identify what they see or read and record their voices to evaluate their speech.

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