Technology can be used to empower students with disabilities

04/30/2013 | Times (Gainesville, Ga.), The

Technology has helped students with disabilities, ranging from cerebral palsy to autism, communicate their wants and needs and make friends, some Georgia teachers and therapists say. Educators say iPads are helping students communicate and develop their personalities and websites such as Pinterest are being used to build picture-based communication systems.

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