iPad Air helps learning

Emma using her iPad Air to help with studying maths

Here are a few photos kindly received of their daughter who has received an item provided by the Ryan Lee Trust and it’s supporters.

The IPad comes with assistive features that have changed the learning landscape for children, teenagers and anyone with special needs and give lots of fun and happiness whilst helping them to learn both in and out of the classroom.

The device features high-precision, touch-sensitive displays that require no physical force, just simple contact with the surface and Assistive Touch allows those with limited motor capabilities to adapt the device to their needs.

There are many iPad apps available for learning from a young age and encourage them when back in the school environment again after treatment and in remission.

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