Ind. educators seek donations to buy assistive communication devices

08/20/2013 | Journal and Courier (Lafayette, Ind.)

Some teachers and therapists with Greater Lafayette Area Special Services in Indiana have launched an online fundraising site to help solicit funds for expensive assistive communication devices. The effort was started after a student using an $8,000 device to communicate with peers and teachers had to switch to an iPad because of the prohibitive cost of the device.

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