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Price Drop on Amazon $16.66 USD

NEW Price Drop Amazon has dropped the Price on Getting Started: iPads for Special Needs book: To buy on Amazon

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TIP: Setting Up Multiple FaceTime Accounts

If you have a communal iPad or other device on which you will use FaceTime, and you have a number of users who are old enough and mature enough to need their own contact lists, you can set up multiple FaceTime accounts. This way, a user can login as themselves and only see what they

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TIP: How to Change the Mute Slider into a Screen Rotation Lock Slider

If screen rotation is more of an issue for you than putting the iPad into mute mode, then you can choose to change the mute button into a screen rotation lock button. Here’s how: Go to “Settings” and tap “General” Under the section called “Use Side Switch to,” tap on “Lock Rotation.” The default is

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VoiceOver Navigation Gestures Cheat Sheet

VoiceOver has a number of different gestures that can be used to get the most out of the accessibility feature. In the book I go over VoiceOver in great detail. Here is a VoiceOver Navigation Gestures Cheat Sheet I created to help users get a jump start VoiceOver Navigation Gestures Cheat Sheet

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Quote from Dr. Reji Mathew Health Care Advocacy Writer

IPads 4 Special Needs is an excellent guide for any caregiver or parent seeking to learn how to make be best use of IPad’s on behalf of the learning needs of their child. Rahman deconstructs the iPad, it’s uses and explains in detail how to adapt to your child’s special emotional, physical and intellectual needs.

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Quote from Joni Gallegos Physical Therapist

Thank you so much for the wonderful book about iPad use for special needs kids. I have already begun reviewing it and it is a wonderful resource for me and will be a wonderful resource for my colleagues and parents of some of my students. The practical nature of the content is immediately useful. Please

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Getting Started: iPads for Special Needs book now available via Amazon Europe

Getting Started: iPads for Special Needs book no available via Amazon Europe in the following Amazon stores Amazon.co.uk Amazon.de Amazon.fr Amazon.it Amazon.es It is also available via the US Amazon store as well.

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First Nook Version Sold: May 19 2012

On Saturday the first Nook version of Getting Started: iPads for Special Needs was sold! Thank you unknown buyer.   So of course there is some irony that you would use an Android device to read a book about the iPad.  I love it.  (I love both operating system and carry both and use both

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Cheers First Book Sale in Great Britain

Cheers! to the first person to buy the Kindle version from the Amazon store in Great Britain.

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Second Advanced Trailer: Getting Started iPads for Special Needs Book

While I liked the first trailer video, I felt that a number of topics did not make the cut so I made a second advanced topics trailer to show the book deals with more than just the very basics of getting started.

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