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Assistive Technology For Literacy Guide, 'Reading In Schools' now available.


I am really pleased to be able to share with you a short assistive technology for literacy guide called 'Reading In Schools'.

The aim of the guide is to provide you with some 'signposts' for free or lower cost software that will help dyslexic pupils to build confidence in reading and writing.

This guide is particularly useful to teachers, Special Educational Needs Coordinators and parents that support children with dyslexia.

To download a copy just click on the animated picture below and follow the instructions.

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Let me know what you think of it.

John Hicks

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