I will keep this brief, because what I want you to do is check out Amanda Butt’s Special Needs Classroom page on Pinterest, specifically, the one entitled Special Needs..using iPad. Her main page will provide resources of all types that would be of great value to a parent, teacher, or anyone working with a child with special needs. The main page has subdivisions that includes numerous resources including: teaching children with special needs, art accommodations, motor skills, sensory resources, and much more. However, given our technology age and how one of the biggest assistive technological advances, in my opinion, is the iPad, I’m going to send you over to the subdivision mentioned earlier: Special Needs..using iPad. This page will give you links to great apps for children with visual impairments, autism, for children in residential facilities, valuable apps for special education, for children with speech and language disorders, and much more. If you’re trying to help a child in your life that has special needs, check this page out!