Since this year’s WWDC keynote ended, the focus of any analysis on iOS 8 has been its features — things like Continuity, Extensions, and iCloud Drive. This is, of course, expected: iOS is the operating system that drives Apple’s most important (and most profitable) products, so it’s natural that the limelight be shone on the […]
The new operating system for iPhone and iPad (iOS 8) is now available for download. It includes several new accessibility features. Read about them here:
In a recent report for the National Science Foundation’s “Science Nation,” NewsHour Science correspondent Miles O’Brien explored how smart phones could help people who are dyslexic with their reading skills. Continue reading →
Could reading on a smaller screen, such as a smartphone screen, help people with dyslexia read? If so, why?
The National Center for Learning Disabilities – the leading online resource for parents and educators on learning disabilities and related disorders.
Five common myths about dyscalculia: http://www.ncld.org/types-learning-disabilities/dyscalculia/common-myths-about-dyscalculia?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=ldorg
People with dyslexia often solve problems and accomplish tasks in unique ways.
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