There are many fonts that have been designed to help the dyslexic reader – but do they really work? This week’s blog post looks at the different perspectives and whether dyslexia friendly fonts really do the job they claim.
- Meet Georgia Ryan, New South Wales’ Youth Ambassador for Dyslexia Mid North Coast.
- How to Talk to Your Child about Dyslexia.
- Benefits of Learning to Touch Typing
- Film about dyslexia goes viral, and is watched over a million times!
- 40 Runs Under 40 – Elaine Spencer, Raises £1,500 for the Dyslexia Trust!
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