Technology helps dyslexics decode written word

“‘I remember yearning to read the comics in the Sunday paper’…He credits assistive technology – particularly text-to-speech translation software – with helping him better comprehend the written word. There are even apps that allow him to upload scanned images of, say, classroom materials, and then download and read a text that’s highlighted in sync with an audio narration.”

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Source: www.philly.com

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