Cedar Knolls School Uses iPad to Help Developmentally Disabled Kids


At the PG Chambers School in Cedar Knolls, developmentally disabled children are taking advantage of apps for the Apple iPad that have been specially designed to help them learn.

iPad apps help developmentally disabled N.J. students learn

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