Dyslexia

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Dyslexia

Bme Bme
I have dyslexia and am looking for products to help. Saw some pen that reads to you but don't know anyone that tried it. Now my wife is my spell check and editor. If you have dyslexia have you found any devices that actually work.
06/02/2013
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Wicked Wahine Wicked Wahine
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Originally posted by Bme
I have dyslexia and am looking for products to help. Saw some pen that reads to you but don't know anyone that tried it. Now my wife is my spell check and editor. If you have dyslexia have you found any devices that actually work.
No I haven't, but this is such an interesting discussion topic, I will be following it! I know another member who is dyslexic. If you ever want a proof reader for your reviews, you know, other than your wife, I would be more than happy to do it for you! Just PM me if you like! That goes for anybody else, too
06/02/2013
LoveBug721 LoveBug721
Quote:
Originally posted by Bme
I have dyslexia and am looking for products to help. Saw some pen that reads to you but don't know anyone that tried it. Now my wife is my spell check and editor. If you have dyslexia have you found any devices that actually work.
I have a friend who has it.
06/02/2013
bratcat bratcat
I have pretty servier dyslexia (however over the years my spelling has gotten much better, though i still have to spell check almost all of my post). OpenDyslexic is a font program you can download, it's aimed at those who have dyslexia with an emphasized bottom on the font to help make reading easier for those with the learning disability, It's something i plan on using as soon as the school year starts back up.
As for a pointer type device for reading i havent used one since i was younger, but i do have a lot of trouble sometimes reading smaller typed print with a 1 point spacing (opposed to a 2 point) and usually have to read a few paragraphs over a couple times. I would suggest the finger pointer book maker. I also often use my finer to mark my place while i read a long too.
06/02/2013
Wicked Wahine Wicked Wahine
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Originally posted by bratcat
I have pretty servier dyslexia (however over the years my spelling has gotten much better, though i still have to spell check almost all of my post). OpenDyslexic is a font program you can download, it's aimed at those who have dyslexia with an ...
I was hoping you would respond to this thread because I remembered you mentioning your dyslexia to me , I just didn't want to mention your name without permission! I didn't know about the things you mentioned & suspect you have just helped a lot more people than just Bakeme!
06/03/2013
bratcat bratcat
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Originally posted by Wicked Wahine
I was hoping you would respond to this thread because I remembered you mentioning your dyslexia to me , I just didn't want to mention your name without permission! I didn't know about the things you mentioned & suspect you have just ...
Thanks for keeping an eye out for me and respecting my privacy! however, my dyslexia is something i am always very open about. i hope the links provided are helpful!
06/03/2013
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