The Ipad

The iPad has revolutionized assistive technology for individuals with disabilities. For those people with autism who use an alternate form of communication, supported typing is easier than ever.

The iPad is on its third generation, and you can buy the newest model here.

There are several other places online that sell factory refurbished iPads as well, which can decrease the cost of a perfectly good device substantially, The Website is called CowBoom and you can Save $20 off your order of $300+ Use code CowBoom20 РNew Customers Only, Excludes Deal of the Day, Exp: 8-31-12



The iKeyboard is a guard that helps to prevent errors that can occur from using the on-screen keyboard. The iKeyboard fits all the generations of iPads and essential turns the keyboard into a very functional easy to use keyboard. You can find out more information here.

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For almost two decades the Institute on Communication and Inclusion has been giving a voice and a means to communicate to people with disabilities who may have otherwise been living in silence or isolation. The Institue on Communication and Inclusion (ICI) conducts research and promotes support for people with disabilities to communicate in schools and society.

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One element to providing a successful quality of life is our dedication to providing a means for communication.


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