The International Dyslexia Association has created a list of apps to help with spelling. http://www.interdys.org/CheesmanAppChat.htm
Some helpful advice and ideas for teaching dyslexic children: http://www.noozhawk.com/article/rae_largura_teaching_a_dyslexic_child_20130730
If you’re a Livescribe smartpen user and hate transcribing audio notes, a new service will do it for you — for a fee.
Many students who have dyslexia use Livescribe smartpens for note-taking. Livescribe users can now send their audio notes to the service and get a full transcription delivered to their inbox or Evernote account.
A type of MRI scan reveals the size and set-up of a part of the brain that appears to be smaller in children with dyslexia. Read this article by Elizabeth Armstrong Moore on CNET News.
Diffusion-weighted imaging could help diagnose dyslexia in kids before they even start to learn to read.
Erin was ready to try anything to get her 11-year-old son to learn to read. He was avoiding school at all costs, lagging behind his peers and disadvantaged by developmental dyslexia. Then, help came in an unexpected form.
Can music therapy help students who have dyslexia?
How will dyslexia affect a child’s life? How dyslexia affects a child’s life is largely proportionate to the way they are taught to view themselves and the disorder. http://www.tele-management.ca/2013/07/parenting-help-how-will-severe-dyslexia-affect-my-childs-life/
6 surprising mistakes that make text difficult for dyslexics to read: http://uxmovement.com/content/6-surprising-bad-practices-that-hurt-dyslexic-users/
For a list of additional famous dyslexics, visit my website: DyslexicKids.net
People with dyslexia have visual system differences. Are those visual system differences one cause of dyslexia? Or is dyslexia causing the differences? This study tries to find out.