Working With ASD And The iPad: Thorough Presentation That Addresses Almost Everything!

Up until now, there hasn’t really been a “go-to” document for working with iPads and children who are on the spectrum.  Jeffrey Gutkin, however, has shared with me a wonderful presentation that he gave at Nazareth College, and I wanted to share it with all of you!


working with the ipad and asd resource


*Note: keep in mind that it was meant to be given as a presentation, but it’s still extremely helpful as is!

I particularly like how Jeffrey links to a ton of great resources to make it easy for parents to access these sites.

Also, the beginning portion of the presentation where he discusses general setup is something that I think is often overlooked.  We all run over to the App Store to stock up on different programs, which is great, but there’s a lot that needs to be done outside of purchasing apps.  Cases, settings, and more need to be set up!


asd and the ipad resource


The only way I could get this awesome resource up on the site is to upload it via Google Drive, which is what I have done, so just click the link to view the presentation — please log into Google first.

And, remember – if this was helpful, don’t forget to share this with others!

Click here to view the presentation  (you must be logged into Google to view)

Hope you enjoy it, and thanks again to Jeffrey!


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One Response to Working With ASD And The iPad: Thorough Presentation That Addresses Almost Everything!

  1. Jeffrey Gutkin on November 12, 2012 at 2:00 pm

    Feel free to email questions and/or provide feedback. Thank you :)

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