Oxford, Connecticut – On Nov 10, 2012, A4CWSN (Apps for Children with Special Needs), an online website and organization founded by Gary James, will give away its first iPad during its 40 iPads in 40 Days Campaign. A total of 10 winners in four categories – which include teachers, therapists, parents of children with special needs, and members of the general public – will receive a new iPad from A4CWSN, and a new winner will be announced daily for 40 days through December 19, 2012.
A4CWSN was founded by James in order to provide parents of special needs children, as well as educators with more information about Apps for the iPad and other Apple devices. The A4CWSN website is dedicated to showing app reviews via informative video clips so customers can determine whether the app is appropriate for their special needs child or student prior to purchasing it.
James, himself a father of a special needs child with autism, knows firsthand the difference an iPad can make in the life of an individual with speech, language, cognitive or physical disabilities, and now he’s dedicated his life to making sure as many of those individuals benefit from this amazing technology as possible.
Since 2011, A4CWSN has helped to provide over 140 Families with iPads around the world. It is A4CWSN’s goal to have given away 200 iPads by the end of 2012.
“None of this would be possible without the support of the developers who work so hard to make amazing apps for our children,” says James.
Last year, James traveled from his home in Connecticut through the 48 Lower States to hand deliver over 60 iPads to children with special needs.
Those who wish to participate in the 40 iPad Giveaway may simply sign up for A4CWSN’s weekly newsletter to receive details and more information. Please let us know how we can improve the service we offer, or indeed how you can help us to do a better job, by emailing Gary.
a4cwsn is committed to helping the families and careers of children with special needs and the wider community of educators and therapists who support them, by producing videos that demonstrate how products designed to educate children and build their life skills really work from a user perspective. Our aim is that these videos, along with relevant information and advice from an independent source you can trust, provides valuable insight into whether a product is suitable for its intended purpose or not, enabling sensible buying decisions to be made. We hope this site and its content provides a valuable resource to the community that serves our precious children with special needs. Copyright (C) 2012 a4cwsn. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.