ADA is a not for profit organization that provides help for individuals with dyslexia and dyscalculia by offering free online printable worksheets to help children improve their reading, writing, spelling and calculating difficulties.
The games in Dyslexia Quest help test and build memory, as well as learning skills. The app, which was developed and tested at the Bristol Dyslexia Center in the UK, specifically assesses working memory, phonological awareness, processing speed, visual memory, auditory memory and sequencing skills. There are three age ranges: 7-10 years, 11-16 years, and 17 and older. Price: $2.59
Educational Dyslexia Fonts -Beginning readers, people with dyslexia and students that learn differently have a tendency to add, rotate, transpose, reverse, swap and confuse symbols within words throughout the learning process. Unlike other readers, dyslexics maintains these issues throughout time, making it difficult for them to properly write and to comprehend what they’re reading.
Mind Mapping and Dyslexia - "Mind mapping helps a child to break down the information and rather than having a read a text, he can show his understanding by using visual objects and associations that are visible to everyone."