The affable Craig Evans of Autism Hangout invited me to do an interview about Leo and his iPad just yesterday. We talked about the many ways in which our boy's beloved iDevice has benefited him, and I got to have a good laugh over concerns about us using the iPad as a "babysitter" for Leo -- our child who has always had so much difficulty self-directing his free time until Apple gave him the tools he needed. But what if Leo spends too much free time having fun, instead of being frustrated and needing 1:1 direction? What then?
Really appreciated the opportunity to chat with such a nice guy about Leo's many iPad successes.
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