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Sometimes the iPad ITSELF is a special needs device

Discussion in 'Special Needs iPad Forum' started by kylera, Nov 24, 2012.

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    I feel that sometimes, the iPad in itself is a highly useful special needs device, even without any specialized material on it.

    I don't intend to insult anyone with ongoing conditions or disorders, as I too have health issues - mine affect my brain stem and prevent me from carrying heavy loads. As such, when I go back to college next year, I can't carry my textbooks and notebooks, so all that's going to be on me is an iPad 4 filled with scanned books, an Apple Bluetooth Keyboard and one (just one) traditional notebook and pen for those classes whose notes require equations or graphs.

    I'm sure I could make do with an Android tablet, but that would require more fine-tuning. :)
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    Good luck, it was hard to go back to school, set up a schedule and treat it like a job and you'll do great!

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