Who We Are

ForDyslexia is dedicated to helping schools, educators and parents of children with dyslexia access effective teaching tools at a price they can afford.

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What We Do

We produce multisensory apps that help build early literacy skills. Our first app, ALPHABETICS, is full of games that teach the sound and shape of the letters of the alphabet.

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How We Do It

By bringing together the knowledge of renowned educational and scientific experts in the field of dyslexia and the talent of award winning entertainment professionals, we are able to design apps that are both effective and fun.

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Born to Think Different

As many as 1 out of every 5 children in US schools may have dyslexia.

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Faulty Access to Phonemes (Boets et all)

Faulty Access to Phonemes (Boets et all)

Posted by ForDyslexia on abr 8, 2014

Below is an article that appeared on the International Dyslexia Association’s website regarding a study led by Bart Boets in Belgium. You can read our previous post about this study here. You can also read about the Boets’ study in The Scientist. Faulty...

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Diagnosis Based on Brain not Behavior

Diagnosis Based on Brain not Behavior

Posted by ForDyslexia on abr 7, 2014

Dr. Aditi Shankardass is pioneering the use of EEG technology to give children with developmental disorders their most accurate diagnosis. Developmental disorders in children are typically diagnosed by observing behavior, but Aditi Shankardass suggests we should be...

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Apps for Storytelling

Apps for Storytelling

Posted by ForDyslexia on abr 2, 2014

This is a post from Class Tech Tips. Monica Burns posts frequently about iPad apps that are good for using with students. You should check out her blog.   Storytelling is such an important skill and there are plenty of ways to turn your students into storytellers...

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Why it Works

A Multisensory Approach to Learning

Accessible

feb 25, 2013

Accessible

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Effective

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Effective

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Affordable

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Affordable

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As easy as alphabetics!

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Alphabetics is available on the AppStore and Google Play.
It is illustrated for children aged 3-11, but anyone who is learning the alphabet can use it.
***It is also a perfect for English Language Learners (ELL).

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