Special education assistant Kathy Paul helps third grader Hannah Reed, left, with her Tobii speech generating device as Reed plays "The Big Bad Mouse" in a readers theater production of "The Three Little Elephants" with other students in English class at Hilton Head Island School for the Creative Arts on Tuesday. Reed suffers from cerebral palsy and cannot speak without the aid of the device.
Special education assistant Kathy Paul helps third grader Hannah Reed, left, with her Tobii speech generating device as Reed plays "The Big Bad Mouse" in a readers theater production of "The Three Little Elephants" with other students in English class at Hilton Head Island School for the Creative Arts on Tuesday. Reed suffers from cerebral palsy and cannot speak without the aid of the device. Jay Karr
Special education assistant Kathy Paul helps third grader Hannah Reed, left, with her Tobii speech generating device as Reed plays "The Big Bad Mouse" in a readers theater production of "The Three Little Elephants" with other students in English class at Hilton Head Island School for the Creative Arts on Tuesday. Reed suffers from cerebral palsy and cannot speak without the aid of the device. Jay Karr

Finding her voice: Device lets Hilton Head third-grader speak

June 04, 2013 08:49 PM

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