Fun solutions to help dyslexia or dyspraxia
"For the first time 
in his life he has read 
a book, he enjoyed it 
so much that he couldn't put it down.  He has 
also bought two more 
to read.  He also read aloud over the phone 
to me and the words 
were flowing whereas 
it used to be very stilted.  He is so pleased that 
he has achieved this."
Regarding the progress 
of an adult student with 
quite severe dyslexia

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