Check out our latest Discover Digital videos to get the most out of your iPad grant.
How to use your iPad
If you’ve been given an iPad by Family Fund, or if your disabled child uses an iPad, find out more about how the iPad works. Get some top tips on how to make the most out of it by watching our discover digital videos.
“I’m so grateful to Family Fund for Toby’s iPad and the training. It’s been life changing.”
If you don’t have time to join one of our Discover Digital workshops, or need a recap after attending a workshop, check out our helpful ‘how-to’ iPad videos below.
Watch in your own time to learn everything you need to know. Starting from taking the iPad out of the box, to keeping your child safe when they use it.
Get started, and set up your iPad
Watch the four videos in this playlist that will show you how to set up your iPad. You will get to know the controls of the iPad, connect it to the internet, and manage accounts like Apple ID and iCloud.
Make the iPad work for your child’s needs
See the four videos in our playlist below that can help you learn how to customise your menu. You can also make adjustments for visual impairments, improve settings for physical or motor skills to make changes to the touchscreen ability, and customise for hearing impairments.
Take a look at the four videos in our playlist to help you keep control of your child’s iPad. You can set up restrictions, manage access to websites and adjust screen time settings.
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We partner with Stone to deliver computer and tablet grants. Reuben's iPad connects to his hearing aids, helping him to communicate more easily with his family.
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