This is a great video on how to help a dyslexic child learnt to spell using a multi-sensory approach. See here.
CapturaTalk is a paid-for Android app that lets you read, hear or edit any text you photograph, download or type using an Android device, such as a Smartphone. Here's the info.
The Scanning Pens company supply pens that can be used to read text from a page. The scanned words can be spoken back to the user via a built-in speaker or through headphones. They are quite expensive, though. See here.
Ghotit! is a Windows and Mac program that auto-corrects text. It is a paid-for program. See here.
Here's a paid-for Windows program that auto-corrects spelling on your computer. It's called Global AutoCorrect by LexAble.
SkillsRocket is a free e-learning website aimed at adults with dyslexia. The website offers help with all aspects of dyslexia such as memory, organisation skills, reading and writing.
See the website.
Sesame Street needs no introduction. Their website is packed with all kinds of fun resources. Here you go...
Some really useful SEN resources courtesy of TES (Times Educational Supplement). See here.
MyStudyBar is a suite of free applications for Windows consisting of text to speech, font & background colour changing, planning and organising and many more.
It can be stored on a USB stick making it portable and can be plugged into a Windows computer. There are versions for Windows XP onwards.
See the EduApps website for more information and a link to download it - for FREE!
Technology, Tools & Software
Many people with dyslexia can benefit from using a wide range of gadgets, tools and devices, including computer software and games. This page contains links to websites that supply them (some free).
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