Every iPad owner has seen the compelling ways that little piece of glass has changed their lives. But that's nothing compared to how it can change the lives of special needs kids. Take a look at the video from KMTR TV on the great results an Albany, Oregon school is seeing using the iPads to help autistic kids with reading, motor skills, writing, social skills, and social rules.
Teachers may have unlocked the secret to helping children with autism get through school.
A new grant has allowed for iPads in the hands of more than a dozens kids and they’re already making a huge difference.
Albany schools rolled out the 14 new iPads in late January for a special communications classroom at Liberty Elementary. On Friday, the devices helped kids who typically have a more difficult time learning.
Some really amazing results for a truly revolutionary device.