Christian is like most three-year-old kids; when he goes to a store he wants this or that and gets quickly overcome with stimulating sights. The difference is, Christian can’t verbalize his wants and needs. Being in public seems to trigger the frustration, anger and anxiety. Variety’s gift of an iPad not only gives him a way to communicate his desires, it provides the opportunity to learn, and is a distraction from potentially difficult situations. As his mom points out, it also keeps him entertained and willing to sit safely in a shopping cart. This tool can do so much for a non-verbal child. Won’t you help others like Christian? Contact www.varietykc.org and find out how!