"As a mom of two kids with dyslexia—and as a person with dyslexia myself—there's a lot I've learned over the years. Despite what I now know, however, I still sometimes feel misunderstood as a parent. There are times when I don't want to have to explain what dyslexia is or what my kids need. But I still do explain, both to school staff and to other parents."
A new collection of fonts designed for dyslexics and special needs students makes it easier for them to: Recognize characters (improve legibility) Comprehend what they read better (improve readability) Practice their initial handwriting Avoid common reading and writing mistakes. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources @so siu ki Inc. Resources.