Read&Write's discreet toolbar offers dyslexic users a range of literacy support tools. To ensure that every learner with dyslexia has the tools they need to succeed.
Text to Speech is one of Read&Write's most popular tools for those who struggle with dyslexia.
Hearing text read aloud, helps students by offering a simpler means of comprehension. Giving them a different way to engage with class content that suits their needs.
With so much information available at the touch of a button, it can be easy to become distracted.
Read&Write lets dyslexic students pick what they want to focus on while masking the surrounding areas. Allowing them to absorb relevant information.
Read&Write provides dictionaries to help those with dyslexia improve their reading and writing skills.
Each word has a description and sample sentence, which can be read aloud. As well as picture dictionaries to help students visualise what they want to say.
Choosing the best word to write next can be a challenge.
Read&Write provides dyslexic students with powerful, in context word prediction as they type. It’ll provide a word list that can be read aloud and popped right into a sentence.
Specialist support in Read&Write finds ‘sound alike’ and phonetic spelling errors plus grammar and punctuation issues then provides students with explanations and help. Not just correcting words, but developing learning.
The biggest impact that Read&Write has had on our special education needs students is confidence. By improving their reading and writing, they are completing more elaborate assignments and collaborating with classmates at a large scale.
Our pricing page provides guide prices for Read&Write - contact our sales team to get specific pricing based on the number of users who need a license.
If you’re a teacher, parent or individual who wishes to purchase their own Read&Write license, please use our store. You can purchase up to 10 single licenses using your credit or debit card.