Supporting people with dyslexia

Dyslexia can affect a person’s reading, writing, and spelling. It may also affect other areas including working memory and sequencing.

Assistive technology can make studying, note taking and writing tasks easier. The features in our apps that are particularly designed for people with dyslexia are word prediction, auto completion, spell checking, being able to choose fonts and colours that the individual finds easiest, and being able to record notes verbally. With 1 in 6 people having a print disability of some sort, many of these assistive features have now found their way into mainstream products that everyone benefits from.

Inku is designed for people who struggle with writing due to learning disabilities such as dyslexia.

Inku helps people write and take notes in both an educational and professional setting. It has many features that speed up writing for anyone who finds it difficult. Never again will your writing include mistakes or be difficult to read.

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Inku

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Typ-O

Typ-O is designed for children and adults with dyslexia to help them write without spelling errors.

Typ-O uses a powerful word prediction engine and a sophisticated spelling error model to help you write, even if your spelling isn't perfect. You can also listen to the words before you choose them.

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“Inku is a very customisable tool that could be useful for people with dyslexia and other print disabilities, including those with physical disabilities which affect their ability to type.” 

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