New software for dyslectics

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ClaroRead for Windows, developed by Claro Software, provides a range of features to help with reading, writing and studying.  The software can be used to convert images to machine readable documents, listen to onscreen text using high quality voices, convert documents to sound and video files so one can listen to them later and check spellings and words that sound similar.

Best of all, it’s free!

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Dyslectics still face challenges in schools

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Television presenter Kirstie Allsop has opened up about her own – and her children’s struggle – with dyslexia on Twitter, saying the modern education system can make youngsters with the learning difficulty feel like ‘unwanted pariahs’ in schools.  

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