Therapists tout "cool" factor of iPads for children with disabilities

05/31/2011 | WLS-TV (Chicago)

With more than 40 apps dedicated to assisting with communication alone, iPads are increasingly being incorporated into therapy for students with disabilities. Therapists say the iPads' large touch screens make the devices a good choice for physical and occupational therapy activities, while the devices' popularity leads students to see the devices as "cool."

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