Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Free IPads Being Donated

Pass this info on to parents and others!

The Holly Rod Foundation, founded by Rodney and Holly Robinson Peete, who themselves have a son with autism, are having a holiday giving campaign by donating iPads to families with children diagnosed with autism,
and who are either non-verbal or have limited verbal ability. Children must be on the autism spectrum.

The iPad, with its many apps, is an excellent tool for communication and can be life changing for some children. There is a financial requirement - single family annual > gross income of less than $35,000 or dual family annual income of less than $50,000. Please spread the word to those you know affected by autism.

Here is the link to apply:
http://www.hollyrod.org/#/holiday-2010/4545650338

1 comment:

  1. Many thanks to the Hollyrod foundation for helping so many autistic children. You have opened a new world for them through your donations of the Ipads. I have an 8 year old non verbal autistic child, he was diagnosed when he was 3. A whole new world would open to him if he had an Ipad, but we can't afford one, and we only recently found about your foundation, so I missed your Dec. 2010 deadline for applications to be submitted. I can't find any others offering free Ipads. Again let me thank you for all the children whose lives you have touched in such a special way. May God Bless you and your son. Sheila

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