AT&T Video is a Finalist in BCCCC Film Festival
The Connected Child concept uses everyday consumer technology to help children rise above disabilities. This video features London Mabie, a nine year old who is developmentally similar to a three year old due to a rare genetic condition. Her dad uses technology to teach her basic academic and independent living skills.
The powerful story is a a finalist in the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship 2013 Film Festival. We invite you to watch the video and vote for it to move to the next round of the film festival. Voting runs through March 1 on the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship website.
Read more about London Mabie's experience below.
The Connected Child: Using Technology to Rise Above Disabilities
The caregivers of a child with a rare genetic disorder use a range of technologies like tablets and smart phones to help her learn, track her care and provide consistent learning experiences.
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