Dyslexie: a font to help dyslexics read better

Did you know the term “dyslexia” is derived from the Latin word “dys,” which translates to difficult, and the Greek word “lexia,” which translates to words?  Therefore, the meaning of dyslexia literally translates to “difficulty with words.”  Roughly 10 percent of the world’s population is affected by this learning disability, which makes it difficult to read and write.  Dutch […]

SnapType for Occupational Therapy

For some students, especially those with dysgraphia, handwriting can be rather challenging.  For example, Steven is a fifth grade student who was diagnosed with dysgraphia; his mind is sharp but his handwriting is so illegible he can’t even read it.  When completing worksheets in class, he gets so frustrated with his jumbled letters and often falls […]