iPads are used, of course, to surf the internet, play games, watch videos, and read emails. And with the influx of new apps, iPad is giving parents, teachers, and therapists some innovative tools to assist special needs children and adults. Some new apps help autistic children develop motor skills and social skills. Other apps help stroke victims recover. And while iPads can be prohibitively expensive for some, there are funding sources to help bring the technology to special needs families.
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