iPads allow students with challenges to play in high school band
NPR recently did a story on how iPads are allowing special needs students to play in their high school band and transforming their education experience.
Through the support from various technology grants and individual contributions, Monarch is also implementing iPad technology in group homes and behavioral health offices across the state. This technology helps people we support with communication, skill-building, and connection with family and friends.
Technology support has come from The Outer Banks Community Foundation, the Harold H. Bate Foundation, and the Craven County Community Foundation. In addition, the Kerr Cares for Kids Foundation, the Enterprise Holdings Foundation, and Staples have contributed to the purchase of iPad technology for 13 Monarch locations.
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