St. Louis (KSDK) - The late Steve Jobs called the iPad a magical device. For the parents of autistic children, it actually might be.
The iPad can be an important learning tool for kids with special needs, and apps for the iPad are making an amazing difference in the lives of children on the autism spectrum when it comes to communication and social skills.
That's why a first of its kind expo is going on at the Renaissance Hotel.
Click the video player above to watch Art Holliday's report.
For more information on the Touch Technology Conference or Apps for Children with Special Needs, visit their websites.