Using technology is a vital tool for learning for people with dyslexia.
Appropriate software and hardware can provide alternative means of learning, and strategies can be developed to enable the student to work with greater independence.
Learners (of all ages) will use these programs until they have acquired the skills and no longer need them, unlike assistive technology, which they may continue to use all their lives.
The learning programs may be for:
Literacy: reading and spelling.
Keyboard skills and handwriting.
Numeracy and Maths.
Study skills, such as improving memory and revising.
Home Versions of Software.
Some of the software resources that your children use in school are available in home versions at a competitive prices.
Preparing for a Review.
If you are a parent who is anxious about a first Annual Review meeting, you could find some handy hints and reassurance from this brief PDF guide. Preparing for a Review Meeting.