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This is also a good time to discuss when/how your child will be using the i Pad (can it come home during the summer and winter breaks, for example) and have that all written in the IEP as well.
As I’m sure you know, if it’s written down in the IEP it’s much easier to enforce!
For example, I think it makes perfect sense to ask your insurance company to cover an i Pad if you plan to use it as a communication device.
You can argue that an app like Proloquo2go would be beneficial for your child and would cost much less than stand alone communication equipment (like a Dynavox).
Yes, i Pads really are accessible to users who are deaf or visually impaired (Check out this article for more about i Pad accessibility).
But even if the i Pad is much less expensive then some other traditional assistive devices, that doesn’t mean they are necessarily affordable!
They may test your child’s response to a few different assistive devices and then report back on which ones worked best.
Next, call a meeting to amend your child’s IEP and add in the need for the i Pad as well as training with the device and the specific apps your child will be using (all to be provided by the school).
Your child’s need should also be backed up by professionals.Here’s an inspiring story about a family in Pennsylvania who was able to get an i Pad funded by their Lion’s Club and another local charity working together. Another option is to just try to raise the money yourself. If you figure that you’ll need at least 0 for the i Pad and maybe another 0 for a protective cover and apps (depending on what you’ll be using the i Pad for), that’s still well under 00.How many donations would you realistically need to reach your goal?There’s a reason why everyone’s talking about i Pads…they really can be used as assistive devices for people with disabilities.