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As the iPad makes its way into the classroom, developers are creating more apps for children in Special Education. What sets the iPad apart from other devices, writes Randall Palmer in ??, is the simple and visually robust user interface that can be used by almost everyone. It's also a highly customizable device that can be set up with applications and assistive features to support a variety of special needs.

But finding the apps that are most effective for children with LD and ADHD often presents challenges for parents and teachers alike. Now, thanks to The Children s Institute (TCI) in Verona, NJ, that problem may be solved at least to some degree. TCI teachers have reviewed and rated hundreds of educational apps for students with special needs. Their reviews can be found at the school s app ???? ??iTunes App Store?

Although the TCI list of apps is updated frequently, following is T.H.E. Journal s current Top picks, based on TCI reviews, for children with special needs.

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Read2Go:. Downloadable books through Bookshare (link to https://www.bookshare.org) that can be modified to meet readers needs.
Proloquo2Go: Gives a voice for those who can't speak.
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