Disability community finds many uses for iPads

04/21/2011 | Dayton Daily News (Ohio)

More educators, therapists and parents are discovering new uses for iPads to improve communication, engagement and the quality of life for individuals with disabilities. One art instructor uses the device in a class for children with autism, while apps that help those with autism express their feelings or understand facial expressions also are popular. Others say the iPad is easier to use than a traditional computer with a keyboard for people with physical disabilities.

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