Although many of the students can interact with the content provided on the HelpKidzLearn website on SMARTboards, those who can't can do so using switches, as the website provides a range of switch-accessible activities.
I use my personal iPad at work, as does the program's speech and language therapist. She recently downloaded several new apps developed by Inclusive Technology for the iPad. I just purchased a few of the apps and think that they will be very useful in my work with students, especially during informal assessment of those who have limitations across most domains.
Below is a video clip from Inclusive Technology that provides a nice overview of the apps, which are switch-accessible. More apps for the iPad are in the planning stages. This is great news!
Inclusive Technology, UK Site
Inclusive Technology, US Site
Inclusive Technology has several items that provide students with disabilities access to iPads. Here are the links (US):
Big Grips Frame for iPad and iPad2
it-iClick-iPad Switch Interface
Inclusive iPad Mounts
iAdapter for iPad
Blue2 Bluetooth Switch