The iPad Is a Versatile, Inexpensive Assistive Device

A short time ago I referenced a Wall Street Journal article on how the iPad and assistive apps are helping children with speech and communication difficulties. Next month I’ll be leading a workshop for faculty at a local university where we’ll explore applications of the iPad in speech-language pathology. As part of the preparation I’m trying to keep up with articles on assistive technologies and the iPad. Yesterday TUAW posted an article on how the iPad is a versatile, low-cost device.

About Andy Brovey

Dr. Andy Brovey, The Portable Prof, teaches about digital tools through his work, websites and social media. In 2007, Apple Inc. recognized his work and named him an Apple Distinguished Educator. He started this iPad Academy website shortly after the first iPad went on sale. On his Freelance Teaching site you'll find the resources you need to teach like a smart entrepreneur.