Meet the new Connect Case for iPad

A child on a wheel chair with an iPad in a Connect Case mounted

The new Connect Case for iPad unlocks the power of the iPad for users with significant physical disabilities. Connect provides switch accessibility, brilliant sound, and exceptional design to create a one of a kind solution for the iPad. Its sleek outer casing protects against impact making it a valuable addition in all primary school classrooms using iPads with their students!

Connect Case for iPad and two switches


For individuals unable to use a multi-touch display they can use one or two wired or wireless external switches like the Mini Beamer Wireless or Big Beamer Wireless switches. Or, use one of the built in capacitive touch switches. An app with switch access built in or iOS Switch Control is required for switch use.

Close up of left speaker on Connect Case for iPad

Amplified HiFi stereo sound output

Loud and clear sound output making it ideal for use with apps designed to support communication (AAC) like Proloquo2Go or the DynaVox Compass app.

Connect Case for iPad mounted on a wheelchair


Easily mount to a wheelchair, table, or bed with any of the AbleNet mounting systems. Note that the Universal Mounting Plate for AbleNet Mounting Systems is required to mount Connect to a mounting arm.

Connect Case with shoulder strap


Attach a shoulder strap for mobile users.


Device Compatibility
iPad Air, iPad 4th Generation, iPad 3rd Generation, and iPad 2


iOS Switch Control Resources

Play videoPlay videoCover page image for the iOS7 Switch Control guide

Single Switch Setup
See how easy it is to get started with one switch.

Dual Switch Setup
Use two switches for more advanced users and for increased speed.

iOS 7 Switch Control
The Missing User Guide

Connect Case for iPad

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About Barbara Landsberg

Sales and Marketing Director
BOccThy, MBA

Barbara is an Occupational Therapist who joined the Spectronics team 14 years ago. Prior to that time, she spent 17 years in occupational therapy positions working with adults and children with a variety of physical disabilities and learning difficulties. She also held the position of Coordinator of the assistive technology service of the Independent Living Centre of Queensland for three years before moving to Spectronics. On completion of her Masters of Business Administration (MBA) in 2010, she assumed the role of Sales and Marketing Director at the company and, among other roles, oversees running of the exciting and innovative Inclusive Learning Technologies Conference hosted every two years by Spectronics.

Barbara has a strong interest in the opportunities for students with disabilities or learning difficulties made possible through technology. She is also a passionate advocate of the use of social media tools to promote the power of inclusive learning technologies to enable independent achievement for all – whatever form that achievement might take.

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