Apps can help children with dyslexia learn in a fun way

“Every day new apps are developed to support literacy development and can provide children with great assistance in a colourful, fun and easy-to-use way, which can greatly reinforce the literacy tuition they get in the classroom for their teachers,” says the CEO of DAI, Rosie Bissett. “Apps provide a cheap (sometimes free), more intuitive and user-friendly mobile alternative to established and expensive literacy software for computers. “With children being more tech savvy than ever, apps also have an implicit ‘cool factor’ which encourages and motivates learning.

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