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Spot the Differences

09/20/2022 | By More
Spot the Differences

Challenge your observation skills- search, find, and spot the 10 differences in the two pictures! Spot the differences in each illustration, and mark them in the upper picture. No timers are used, so there’s no pressure. Each set of pictures has 10 things different about them: objects that are missing from the lower picture. See […]

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JCPal Announces Adaptive Keyboard Accessory for Dyslexic Students

09/14/2022 | By More
JCPal Announces Adaptive Keyboard Accessory for Dyslexic Students

Designed in collaboration with the Microsoft Devices Accessibility Team initially for the Surface Laptop Go and Surface Laptop SE devices, the VerSkin Inclusive Keyboard Protector is intended to make it easier for dyslexic students to navigate and familiarize themselves with the keyboard on their device.

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Assessing the Need for a Unique Reading App

09/13/2022 | By More
Assessing the Need for a Unique Reading App

Over a period of 8 years, I developed a reading intervention for struggling 2nd Graders.  It is well-established that if children are not reading fluently with comprehension by the end of 3rd grade, they have only a 20% chance of reading at grade level at the end of 9th grade, and that’s with intensive remediation. 

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Lexilens, Overcoming Dyslexia

08/17/2020 | By More
Lexilens, Overcoming Dyslexia

Abeye, a French healthtech startup has developed Lexilens, a revolutionary reading aid for dyslexics. This new product is based on science and provides instantaneous effect to dyslexic readers. It was awarded several prizes among which the CES innovation award at Las Vegas in 2020 and Silmo Gold award (health & vision category). It will be […]

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GHOTIT Can Help Kids With Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Spelling

08/13/2020 | By More
GHOTIT Can Help Kids With Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Spelling

Dyslexia Spelling = Phonetic Spelling + Creative Spelling What is Phonetic Spelling? When you’re dictating a word and tell your son or daughter that he should write what he hears, your child will attempt to map the sounds in the words to the sounds of the letters. However, English is not a phonetic language. There […]

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SuperReading Course for Dyslexic Readers by Ron Cole

04/18/2019 | By More
SuperReading Course for Dyslexic Readers by Ron Cole

The SuperReading course is the most powerful, life-changing experience for dyslexic readers. This program takes a revolutionary approach to solving the issues around dyslexia, which have stubbornly eluded effective resolution since the 1870s. Ironically, the course was not developed with dyslexics in mind at all. It was created to help engineers, developers and hi-tech managers […]

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KAZ Type’s SEN/Dyslexia Typing Software receives recognition by judges at the BETT Educational Show, London

04/10/2019 | By More
KAZ Type’s SEN/Dyslexia Typing Software receives recognition by judges at the BETT Educational Show, London

KAZ Type Limited’s SEN/Dyslexia Typing Software (also known as their Neurodiverse Edition) was shortlisted as a BETT Awards 2019 Finalist for the Special Educational Needs Solutions Sector. The aim of the award was to reward products that make a distinct contribution to supporting learners with special educational needs. With regard to dyslexia, the judges were […]

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Hale’s Tale – Learn to Read app

08/13/2018 | By More
Hale’s Tale – Learn to Read app

Hale’s Tale is a fun, innovative approach to learning how to read. Children embark on an exciting adventure where they play mini games that strengthen their early reading skills. Originally Hale’s Tale was targeted to all young kids (4-6 years old). However when the app was released it got a lot of positive feedback from […]

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Dyslexic/Dyscalculic children learn times table, thanks to new ‘Math Stories’

07/23/2018 | By More
Dyslexic/Dyscalculic children learn times table, thanks to new ‘Math Stories’

Brain Magic is a stories-based times tables course that gets children with dyslexia &/or dyscalculia to memorize the entire times (multiplication) table in just a matter of hours. The parent of a child living with dyslexia & dyscalculia who used these math stories to memorize the times table in a single weekend, had this to […]

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Ross Linnett’s Journey from Struggling Student to International Business Owner of Recite Me

07/20/2018 | By More
Ross Linnett’s Journey from Struggling Student to International Business Owner of Recite Me

Ross Linnett, Founder and CEO of Recite Me, can still remember his first day of school with surprising clarity. He recalls, “I was way ahead of everyone else in regard to reading. I think I was reading from around the age of 2, but from age 4 and 5 I was in a special reading […]

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