Kids shouldn’t have to struggle with dyslexia

“A group of north Essex parents are working hard to make a difference for people with dyslexia, via a new group called Dyslexia Assist. They are pooling their knowledge and sharing ideas on ways to help their children cope with dyslexia. It might be a technique for learning to spell or to get the days of the week in the right order – or even the best way for their children to tell a teacher they’d rather not read aloud in class. The group’s website has been carefully designed to make it easy for people with dyslexia to use. It uses a font, chosen to make the letters as clear as possible, and even offers text-to-speech conversion, if needed.”

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