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Cybersecurity Expert on His Dyslexia

“From an early age I had a talent for pattern recognition…(but) it wasn’t until I took the armed forces aptitude tests at age 18 that I started to understand my dyslexia induced gift for spatial recognition. The recruiter was more than a little surprised that a student with a 2.0 grade average maxed out […]

Great Free App for Dyslexia and Dyslexics – Photo Text to Speech with Foreign Languages

This is a great app for dyslexics – it’s Free now, but don’t know how long the promotion will last. See it in the iTunes store HERE.  The paid app is $4.99

Take a picture of anything – menu, street signs, word problems, even a foreign language – and have it read back to you in […]

Dyslexia and Assistive Technology: How I Use Text-to-Speech-Dr Beth Gatewood

Dyslexic Advantage Webinar – Dr. Gatewood’s How I Use Text to Speech walks people through the different forms of text-to-speech, machine vs. human voices, resources like Bookshare, Kindle-Audible, and Learning Ally, and newer resources Prizmo and Bookscan. Beth’s webinar provides practical information for parents, students, teachers, and adults with dyslexia.
For a copy of Beth’s […]

Dyslexia and Video Game Designer Joe Booth – Crowded Fiction

Dyslexic Game Designer Joe Booth shares how he got involved in video game creation, childhood growing up dyslexic, and how he thinks games and education can revolutionize education. Joe recently created http://crowdedfiction.com, an unique interface to combine reading with interactive game play (iPad, iPhone, iPodtouch).

 

Joe is CEO of Vidya Gamer and Executive Producer / […]