iPad Cover for Braille by Jayson D'Alessandro- Cover for the iPad that transforms it’s flat surface into Braille, reflecting the contents of the page you are surfing. Essentially the idea is to make the iPad accessible to the sight impaired... Nevertheless, when not in the Braille mode, the jacket acts as a protective gear for the iPad. Lovely! The Omnifer is a 2011 IDEA Award entry.
Oklahoma School for the Blind recently published a free online booklet on iPad accessibility. Their booklet is designed to help teachers or parents teach their students basic iPad skills to surf with Safari, read books with iBooks, and learn text entry with Notes.
14 Expert-Recommended Apps for Kids with Autism. In the past few years, there has been an explosion in the number of mobile apps for kids with autism. The list that follows is a small sampling from experts and parents I spoke with that has proven to be especially useful in both educating and entertaining kids with autism. Read more at: http://www.parenting.com/gallery/autism-apps