Action required from September 3rd until September 9th (inclusive)!
You can read more about Daniel below, to make things easy for you, I’ve outlined the steps for you to follow first.
- Go to this blog post.
- Scroll to the bottom and you will see the picture below.
- If you’re on twitter, hit the ‘tweet’ button and share the post that way. You can do this as often as you like!
- Hit the ‘Like’ button and share the post on Facebook. Encourage your friends to help too!
- Where it says ‘Leave a reply’ please comment on the post.
For blog comments, Facebook likes and twitter shares that the post receives to count towards my total they must be received during the week of September 3rd until September 9th (inclusive).
The blogger in the contest who has the most blog comments, Facebook likes, and twitter shares will win an iPad 2. The contest is run by the developer Tribal Nova who make the i Learn With apps, and finishes September 30th. The winner will be announced on October 1st.
Thank you so much for any and all help!
So, who is Daniel? Some of you may know that my partner is Jim (aka Gingerheaddad). He writes a lot about Daniel and his other children on his blog. Daniel is 7 years-old and on the autism spectrum. When I first met Jim, Daniel was non-verbal. He’s now progressed to being pre-verbal – he can say single words spontaneously and is echolalic. Jim has an HP TouchPad but therapeutic apps just don’t exist on the WebOS platform.
I know Daniel would do wonderfully with an iPad. One of Daniel’s strengths is his ability to read and write – he loves letters and words and will write anywhere – in chalk on the sidewalk, on his magic pad, he’ll even type on his Dad’s BlackBerry. I can just imagine that over time Daniel would blow people away if he had access to a text to speech app. He’s a visual learner and right now Jim uses PECs to help him but having access to apps that would help Daniel with transitions as well as learn new skills, would be wonderful.
Thank you in advance for helping me try to win this iPad2 for Daniel. I know it would make a huge difference in his life.