The iPad can be a very powerful tool for the special needs user, but deciding to buy one is not the end of the story. This handbook addresses not only why you should consider an iPad for your special needs user, but also which one to buy, the accessories that may be necessary for a special needs user – case, stylus, keyboards, switch access, Braille interfaces, wheelchair mounting and more – all with a particular focus on the special needs user. This book will also guide you through goal setting, basic and advanced set up options, finding apps and encouraging your user to interact with the iPad.
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Co-founder of bridgingapps.org (part of Easter Seals of Greater Houston) and parent Sami Rahman presents a clear roadmap for not only determining whether or not an iPad would be helpful, but which version to buy and how to set up and protect your iPad with the special needs user in mind. Advanced set-up options, using Apple’s built-in accessibility options, apps and accessories are all discussed, as well as Tips and Tricks for using the iPad with the special needs user.Read Book Online Buy The Book