School seeks to help boy with autism get iPad
Earlier this year, a 13 year old Kelowna boy received a gift from his classmates: an iPad. Christopher Wallace has autism and is non-verbal, and uses the iPad to communicate. But recently, it disappeared. Rebecca spoke with Heritage Christian School grade 8 student Cory Hendricks and Dan Mandryk, Christopher's education assistant.
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