Organizations that provide iPads

Apraxia Kids
Speech Tablets for Apraxia
Each year, Apraxia Kids awards speech tablets to children and families in need throughout the USA and Canada.  Children with apraxia can use these speech tablets for speech practice and/or as a speech-generating device.

Danny’s Wish
http://www.letschatautism.com/ipads-for-autism-application/
Grant Description: Danny’s Wish is committed to providing life enhancing resources and experiences for children and families dealing with autism and autism spectrum disorders. Our goal for this campaign is to raise $50,000 to supply approximately 100 iPads to those children affected and in need the most. We will be considering every request.

Disabled World- Towards Tomorrow
http://www.disabled-world.com/assistivedevices/apps/ipad-grants.php
Description:  Grants for iPads assist the educational process.

Gia Nicole Angel Foundation
www.giafoundation.com
Description:  Funds are awarded on a case by case basis with preference given to lower income and single parent families.  The mission of the Gia Nicole Angel Foundation is to enhance the daily functioning of a child with special needs and his or her family by awarding assistance through the purchase of a specific item or items.

Zanes Foundation- *** OHIO!***
www.zanesfoundation.org
Description:  Families who have children with special needs and live in Ohio. disabilities affect daily functioning in the following areas: capacity for independent living, economic self-sufficiency, learning, mobility, social skills, receptive and expressive language, self-care, and self-direction.

General Resources

American Speech and Hearing Organization
www.asha.org

Speech Development Chart
www.asha.org/public/speech/development/chart/

Kaleidoscope ABA Therapy Services
KaleidoscopeABA NJ Opening 2019

Introduction to Language, 3 – 5 years old
www.theroadmap.ualberta.ca/understandings/parents/37-60

Promoting Communication in your Non-Verbal Child
www.families.com/blog/promoting-communication-in-your-non-verbal-child

Find a Speech Language Pathologist
www.asha.org/findpro/

Cerebral Palsy Group
https://cerebralpalsygroup.com/cerebral-palsy/