CBS News: Students with autism make music with iPads

| For years Adam Goldberg, a classical pianist who teaches music at a school in Queens, New York, struggled to break through to his students who have serious learning disabilities, such as autism, until he started using instruments virtually anyone can play: an iPad. The P177Q iPad Band is more than just a musical collective; the experience has helped students speak and communicate who never had before. Tracy Smith reports.

Video can be seen on the CBS website at Students with autism make music with iPads

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