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What Is The Best Tablet for Autism?

Finding the best tablet for a child with autism doesn’t have to be hard!  Let’s take a look at 3 of the most popular tablets!

Kids with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) often struggle with sensory processing issues, which makes using technology difficult. 

The right device can help children learn how to use computers and other devices in an effective way.

The Apple iPad Mini 2 has been one of the best selling tablet options for kids with ASD.

It comes with a variety of features that make it easy to navigate through apps and websites.

The screen size is also perfect for younger children who need to see more than just words on a screen.
A study published in the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders found that children with ASD who used iPads were able to complete tasks faster than those who did not.

In addition, the children who used iPads had fewer problems with social interactions and communication.

Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7

If you are looking for a larger screen, then the Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 9.7 inch tablet is a good choice. It has a higher resolution than the other devices listed here. 

It also comes with a keyboard cover so children can type more comfortably. 

A new study found that kids with ASD who used a tablet computer had improved social skills and communication abilities compared to those who did not.

Researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine studied the effects of using tablets on children with ASD. 

The researchers found that the children who used the tablets showed improvements in social skills and communication abilities.

Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Plus

If you are looking for a good tablet for children with autism, then you should consider buying a Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Plus. 

This tablet comes with a 7 inch screen and weighs only 0.5 pounds. 

It also includes a stylus pen, which makes it easier for children with autism to interact with the tablet.

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Hey there!  I'm Betsy.  Mom, RN, special education teacher and blogger at The Autism Daily Brew.  Working hard to bring you the best resources in autism.