For those who can’t make their own dyslexia-friendly materials, this is a great resource. This online store is dedicated specifically to providing some low-tech materials to help dyslexics read.
Looking for a Mother’s Day gift? Jewelry that helps raise awareness:
We know that dyslexia can be a gift and help us with certain things (creativity and 3-dimensional thinking, for example). This study has found a few surprising new additions to the list of dyslexia’s benefits.
Almost all dyslexics can read more easily when certain fonts are used. This study has compiled many of the fonts that work best for dyslexics, and the similarities between them.
Sadly, children with dyslexia are often bullied. This can cause problems for decades.
"How I Teach Writing to My Child With Dysgraphia" is an informative article with a lot of helpful ideas for dealing with dysgraphia.
Gesturing while speaking may help the speaker remember what they’re saying (for example, saying math concepts aloud while gesturing could help to remember them) and string words together more efficiently, according to this study.
Would these (or other) font and format changes make reading easier?http://anniemurphypaul.com/2014/04/e-readers-can-make-reading-easier-for-those-with-dyslexia/#
Dyscalculia, or “math dyslexia”, can make math a very challenging subject. Here are six apps that can help:
A new method of autism screening works for children who are as young as nine months old.
Iowa defines dyslexia for the first time with a new bill.
Is “sluggish cognitive tempo” real? If so, are prescription drugs the answer?
Nuance update lets Dragon Mobile Assistant recognize a user’s unique “VoicePrint”.