Help for Special Needs and Learning Disabilities

  1. If you need help with Dyslexia, ADD, ADD/ADHD, Low Vision, ESL or Brain Trauma, click on these links to read about successful strategies. Also, watch the movies of our Help for Beginners and Help for Average Readers and discover over 25 different ways text can be presented, with and without sound, to provide immediate help for your specific issues. In addition, check out our many specific articles in our Articles Section. Finally, take advantage of our free initial consultation and Contact Us.

  1. If you need help with the physical challenge of arthritis, spinal injury or spastic motion go to Step 5 of this Course and learn about Proper Reading Posture and our Specialized Book Holders for reading at just the right height and distance, in comfort, and without needing to hold the book up or the page open. The easiest and quickest way to improve reading is to remove physical discomfort.

Assistive Technology


Go To Our Free Training Manual on how to set up your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Mac (laptop or desktop), or PC to  read text with adjustable-speed, computer-voice and text. This manual is ideal for self-instruction. Learn More.