New tool helping children with autism learn, communicate

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Some local children with autism have a new tool for learning and communications. The Elm Grove Kiwanis Club teamed up with local business, 7 Summits, to donate iPad to ten children with the condition. It's all part of their iPads for Children with Autism project. CEO of 7 Summits, Paul Stillmank, has a son who is autistic, and understands the challenges those children face in the classroom.

Kiwanis District Governor's Project 

Kiwanis Club of Elm Grove