Therapist Introduces iPads as Educational Tool for Children with Special Needs

With the advent of tablet devices, though, Nicole saw an opportunity. She began suggesting families purchase iPads about three years ago, under the direction of Dr. Jan Brunstrom-Hernandez. She started identifying applications that would help children with certain limitations, apps that would make them more productive, and apps that could help them sharpen their hand-eye coordination. And it didn’t take long for schools to start seeing the benefit.

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