Comprehending the IEP (individualized education program) jargon and legalese can be daunting. Many parents are so intimidated by the document and the process surrounding its implementation that they “give up.”
With schools starting up across the United States, this article may help students start off on the right foot.
It is crucial for children with dyslexia to know their parents believe in them, especially when they are struggling.
This short animation brought to you by AHEAD, the Association for Higher Education Access and Disability (Ireland) gives five top tips for new college stud…
Apple’s iOS 8 beta 4 just hit the interwebs today, and among the new features found therein, there’s a cool new visualization of the iOS dictation feature..
The iOS dictation feature shows your words being transcribed as you say them. Android has had this feature for some time (in fact, android’s text-to-speech and dictation has far more capability, especially on devices like the Moto X), but better late than never. This ability has been in Siri, but it is finally available in the dictate option found in Messages and other places with text entry.
The latest technical advances in Dragon NaturallySpeaking 13 make speech recognition a faster, more accurate way to work with any PC
To help create awareness for Dyslexia, we’ve made a poster that helps people get an idea of what its like to be Dyslexic.
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The Prizmo app is 70% off for a limited time. This app allows you to take a photo of text and have it read to you.
We need to change the SYSTEM to fit our kids with dyslexia and other learning differences, not change our kids to fit the system.
Great article about self-advocacy, accommodations, strategies and legal rights for students with dyslexia.
Students who have dyslexia are among the bravest people in the world. Every day, they face challenges at school - challenges most teachers and students could never comprehend - but they return day after day. If you know a student who has dyslexia, they deserve your utmost respect and support. People that brave have the potential to be the leaders of tomorrow.
~Scott Forsythe, age 17, founder of the Dyslexic Kids support organization for children and teens with dyslexia