Special iApps is a non-profit social enterprise, dedicated to helping children learn. They develop apps for the Apple® iPad®, iPhone® and iPod touch®. All their apps are developed in close co-operation with education professionals, parents and children, and are designed to be suitable for typically developing children and those with learning difficulties or poor fine motor control.
Lifeline 4 kids are a UK National children's charity established in 1961. Originally known as The Handicapped Children's Aid Committee, in 2000 their working name changed to Lifeline 4 Kids. Their members work on an entirely voluntary basis and they have no paid staff. Their administration costs are less than 1% of income. This is unique in today's age of charities with high administrative overheads.
They were formed for one purpose -- to provide essential equipment to help improve the quality of life for children with disabilities and special needs irrespective of race or creed.