i-Pads help build autistic kids’ language skills

New research from Vanderbilt University, reported in disabilityscoop , has demonstrated that using i-Pads helps autistic children improve their language acquisition and speaking skills.  Since I-Pads are readily available and used by many other students, they reduce any stigma that other assistive technology might raise.


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