Many groups face an audience problem: how to meet the needs of new users, consumer product enthusiasts and technology professionals, so that each meeting is a special event for all attendees. Some resolve the problem by having an initial Q & A for new users or switchers. Some resolve the problem by moving all but the most mainstream topics to SIGs. On February 26, iMUG of Melbourne tackles two topics that are of interest to diverse audience members, covering the use of iPads for special needs children and FileMaker Pro’s ability to create and view stunning databases for the web, Mac, iPhone and iPad. Michael Ward, member of the FileMaker Solutions Alliance, and Jane Farrell, speech pathologist and special educator with 20 years experience in the field, will be the presenters.