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Babies with Ipads, and autism blog by Jeremy Brown

Here is a nice blog that helps with autistic kids and is focused on young autistic kids and their use of ipads for communication. link Highest Pressure Shower Head Turns The Gloomiest Mornings Into A Happy OneCommon Problems With HumidifiersWhy You Need A Modern Backpack?Smart Shopping: The Best Time To Buy A Mattress


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Checkout another nice site with Autism News

I found another nice site with Autism news that is quite excellent. Check out http://www.theautismnews.com as well as the link: They are an excellent source of information. Highest Pressure Shower Head Turns The Gloomiest Mornings Into A Happy OneCommon Problems With HumidifiersWhy You Need A Modern Backpack?Smart Shopping: The Best Time To Buy A Mattress


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Autism and Tablets Case study from Vimeo//and Jeremy Brown

This video is an interesting case study with regards to autism and table computers. I found it from Jeremy Brown a facebook friend, and here is the post==> Highest Pressure Shower Head Turns The Gloomiest Mornings Into A Happy OneCommon Problems With HumidifiersWhy You Need A Modern Backpack?Smart Shopping: The Best Time To Buy A […]


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iPads For Autism

Westbury, NY – Danny’s Wish, an organization started to raise money for Autism and Autism related spectrum disorders, today announced a new campaign designed to provide iPads to schools catering to the development of autistic children. link to a group that helps autistic kids Highest Pressure Shower Head Turns The Gloomiest Mornings Into A Happy […]


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iPads And Autism

I have friends who have children with autism, and therefore articles about autism catch my eye. I am glad that James Kendrick recently blogged about the experience one mom had when she won an iPad and gave it to her autistic son to try. Shannon Rosa wrote in a blog post on BlogHer after giving […]


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iHelp for Autism: The iPad opens up new worlds for autistic children

Now, as she sat in her Honda Odyssey in a Redwood City, California, parking lot, about to pick up some tacos for the family, her cellphone rang. It was the school secretary. Rosa had won the raffle. Alone in her van, she screamed. Then she drove straight to the school to claim her prize: a […]


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iPads May Help Children with Autism Communicate

The iPad was a very popular gift for the holidays this past year, with some experts estimating between 5 and 7 million sold. But the Apple tablet touch-screen computer may be more than just a fun entertainment item. For autistic children, the iPad may also be an effective device for teaching communication and social skills. […]


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Talking iPads and Autism With Autism Hangout’s Craig Evans

The affable Craig Evans of Autism Hangout invited me to do an interview about Leo and his iPad just yesterday. We talked about the many ways in which our boy’s beloved iDevice has benefited him, and I got to have a good laugh over concerns about us using the iPad as a “babysitter” for Leo […]


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10 Revolutionary iPad Apps to Help Autistic Children

Teachers and doctors are using iPads as a tool to reach out to children with Autism or Asperger Syndrome and the results are remarkably great. Autistic children are showing tremendous improvement after playing fun-filled exercises on iPad which is less stressful and more fun for both the teachers and the students. Below is the list […]


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The iPad: a Near-Miracle for My Son With Autism

A link from a very nice autism blog. “My son Leo’s life was transformed when a five-dollar raffle ticket turned into a brand-new iPad. I’m not exaggerating. Before the iPad, Leo’s autism made him dependent on others for entertainment, play, learning, and communication. With the iPad, Leo electrifies the air around him with independence and […]