Sunday, December 12, 2010

HollyRod Foundation Helps People with Autism Get Ipads to Help them Communicate

The HollyRod Foundation is helping families of people with nonverbal and minimally verbal people with autism that meet income guidelines ($35,000 for single income families; $50,000 for two-income families) to obtain Ipads and gift cards to purchase apps to help them communicate more effectively. Unfortunately, the foundation has received far more applications for the devices than it can currently fund. Please make a donation to the HollyRod Foundation and help them give the gift of voice to a person with autism. For families who'd like to apply for a free Ipad, continue to check the foundation's Web site through December 31, 2010, as they will accept additional applications if sufficient funding comes through.

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