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    Assistive Software: TextAloud 3

    This software performs text-to-speech without the literacy assistance or OCR functions. It’s a good affordable option that meets the needs to many students who just require simple text-to-speech. When using this product text from the original document is imported into a “clipboard” from where the software reads the text.

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    Assistive Software: WYNN (Literacy Software Solution)

    WYNN is the innovative literacy software tool designed to enhance success for individuals with reading challenges and writing difficulties. By using the software’s bi-modal approach — simultaneous highlighting of the text as it is spoken — WYNN can transform printed text into understandable information that benefits readers of all ages.

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    Assistive Software: Write:OutLoud

    Write: OutLoud is a speaking word processor with simple formatting tools. Its primary feature is speak-as-you-type audio feedback. Learners can choose to have each word, sentence, or paragraph read back to them as it is completed. It can also be used as a simple text-reader by cutting and pasting text into it.

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    Assistive Technology Solutions for Dyslexia by Jamie Martin

    This information will give you an idea of the array of assistive technology (AT) that is available for people with dyslexia.  AT that includes text-to-speech apps, dictation software, word prediction programs, electronic graphic organizers, and numerous tools that support note taking and study skills.  In addition to the integrated accessibility features of various operating systems, there are many desktop programs, web-based tools, Chrome Apps and Extensions, iOS apps, and Android apps that are beneficial to people with dyslexia.

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    Assistive Technology: Humanware

    Humanware is focused on enhancing the lives of people with visual and learning disabilities, they provide intuitive, intelligent solutions that enable their customers to participate effectively in today's information intensive and highly mobile society. Products available include: BrailleNote, Victor Reader Stream, ReadIt Air, ZoomText, Prodigi Electronic Magnifier and Brailliant.

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    Assistive Technology: Techmatrix

    Techmatrix helps find education and assistive technology products for students with disability.

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    AudioNote. Notepad and voice recorder

    Take notes with recorded audio. AudioNote combines the functionality of note-taking and voice recording apps to create a powerful tool that will save you time while improving the quality of your notes.

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    Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) and its treatment

    This website provides extensive information to assist your understanding of Auditory Processing Disorder and its treatment. Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) describes the inability to process the meaning of sound. This condition is often present from early childhood, leading to a number of difficulties as the child becomes older and messages become complex and are given more quickly.

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    Australian Dyslexia Association Inc (ADA)

    Australian Dyslexia Association Inc. (ADA) is a professional Association founded by teachers in the field. The ADA does not support or endorse any one method or program but supports direct, explicit and systematic teaching approaches for individuals with dyslexia (LD/SLD).

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    British Dyslexia Association

    The British Dyslexia Association New Technologies Committee have been concerned with all aspects of technology and how they can assist dyslexic people for many years. The BDA New Technologies committee have developed a comprehensive site providing information and access to a range of technological solutions for people with dyslexia.