For many children, an iPad is a sleek and conveniently portable device to listen to music, watch movies or connect with friends via social media. But for 6-year-old Aidan McKoski, the iPad is becoming an essential communications tool.
Education doesn’t have to be boring. Learning can be loads of fun for kids, especially when it involves working on your speech skills with an iPad. And there are a ton of speech apps on the market now. Finding what’s right for your child is the key.
Lisa Gonidakis, a speech pathologist at Akron Children’s Hospital, believes in the power of tablet apps for kids experiencing speech difficulties. But she cautions buyers, beware.
Apparently, for me, it can take a while. Thankfully, the team at Akron Children’s are PROS. This ain’t their first trip to the rodeo – and, unfortunately, they have to deliver far heavier diagnoses than we have been given, so they know how to do it. For example, when your Help Me Grow social worker […]