DYSLEXIA Learning Software Systems The preferred instruction for the dyslexic reader is individual lessions with the Orton-Gillingham approach from a trained instructor. However, not everyone has access to personal individualized instruction. Some people find the following systems helpful for instruction. Please judge for yourself whether these systems might be helpful for you. Orton-Gillingham Based Reading Intervention Program. Instruction is provided by prerecorded human voice, to try to duplicate working with a teacher. Teaches a student how to sound out letter combinations and make them into words. It does this through audio, visual and tactile-kinesthetic (learn by "doing") exercises. Click to get the Reading Program’s website . Read, Write & Type Learning System from Talking Fingers is reading software that includes phonics, spelling, keyboarding and word processing. Click to get the Talking Fingers website .
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Robert D. Smith, PhD Diagnosis of Dyslexia, ADD & Learning Disorders Children & Adults