Istimulation: Apple iPad use with Children who are Visually Impaired, Including those with Multiple Disabilities

  title={Istimulation: Apple iPad use with Children who are Visually Impaired, Including those with Multiple Disabilities},
  author={Laura V. Campa{\~n}a and Donald A. Ouimet},
  journal={Journal of Visual Impairment \& Blindness},
  pages={67 - 72}
Since its creation in the early 1980s, Light Box, a product developed by the American Printing House for the Blind (APH) that is designed for working on functional vision tasks with children who have visual impairments or multiple disabilities, has been an effective tool to help teach children with visual impairments to locate and track items visually (Wright, 2012). The Apple iPad, first available in April 2010, represented a new technological option for such teaching that was significantly… 

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