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    iPads for Autism
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    Andie_WebMD_Staff posted:
    iPads and autism are creating a synergy for kids. Those children who have not able to express themelves well are really starting to communicate well using this devise.



    There are also a ton of apps that are helping autistic children are finding to improve their spelling, counting and other basic skills that have been difficult for them in the past.


    In the recent article, iHelp for Autism , One parent sings her praises: "With the iPad, Leo electrifies the air around him with independence and daily new skills,"



    What has been your experience in using iPads or iPod Touch with an autistic child? Have you looked into using either? What are your thoughts? Love it? Not fond of it? Share with us below!,
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