Give kids a voice: iPads for Autism

by Autism Pensacola, Incorporated
Sep 25, 2013

update from Give Kids a Voice

Autism Pensacola continues to improve the lives of those living with autism in our community. Because of the generosity of donors like you, our Give Kids a Voice program has helped fund iPads for 8 families who have been trained to work with their children through our Parent Empowerment Program (funded by Pensacola Bay Impact 100).

Parents report that iPads are making a difference in their children's lives everyday. Some have found new ways to communicate and others have a new learning tool. Parents can also connect with other families to share support and ideas via the iPads as well as use aps to track their child's progress. All of this was made possible because of your gift to Give Kids a Voice.

We will continue to support our families who are trained on working with their children because this assures that they are equiped to maximize the impact of the iPads. Autism Pensacola works in all ways to maximize our impact and the use of our donors' dollars.

Thank you again for your support of this important project!  We are grateful for your support!


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Autism Pensacola, Incorporated

Location: Pensacola, FLORIDA - USA
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
Susan Byram
Pensacola, Florida United States

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