Gage Speaks: How an iPad and Innovative Thinking Gave Voice to an Autistic Child

Posted: June 18, 2011 in education, foundation, technology

Gage Gilbert seemed like a quiet child who rarely showed interest in speaking or making eye contact. His mother thought he was just a late bloomer until a Google search led her to autism. After his official diagnosis, Gage’s family tried educational software with an iPad to help their son communicate. The results were “phenomenal.” Brandi Milloy brings you the story of one family’s journey of adjusting to autism and how innovative technology helped their son develop his own voice.

To learn more about Gage’s story and how you can help other children with autism, visit the http://www.gagerufus.com

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