Useful Resources

We have compiled a huge list of free resources, guides and links to information, all personally recommended by our team of dyslexia and dyscalculia assessors. Additionally, you can explore our shop for further books and resources.

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Access Arrangements

Dyslexia UK AA Information

Information and advice on all things related to GCSE and A Level access arrangements

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  • Access Arrangements
  • Exams
  • University

JCQ

The Joint Council for Qualifications current regulations for examination access arrangements

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  • Access Arrangements
  • Exams
  • School

Access to Work

Iansyst

Information and advice surrounding Access to Work

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  • Access to Work
  • Employment
  • Rights

Dyslexia UK employers Information

Useful resources for employers wishing to support their employees with dyslexia

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  • Access to Work
  • Dyslexia
  • Employers Information

Diversity and ability

A comprehensive guide to the Access to Work process. This handy step-by-step guide will show you all the things you need to do to get up and running with your Access to Work support

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  • Access to Work
  • Diversity
  • Employment

Articles

The Independent

The latest dyslexia news stories

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  • Dyslexia
  • Neurodivergent
  • News

The Guardian

An interview with the author of ‘The dyslexia debate’

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  • Articles
  • Dyslexia
  • Neurodivergent

Dyslexia History

A history of dyslexia from 1877 ‘word blindness’ to the current day

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  • Articles
  • Dyslexia
  • Neurodivergent

Audio

Listening books

An audiobook lending charity for those that find their illness, mental health, physical or learning disability affects their ability to read the printed word

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  • Audio
  • Audio Books
  • Listening
  • Podcasts

Calibre Audio

Calibre Audio is a national charity providing a collection of over 16,000 audiobooks for anyone who finds it difficult to read print

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  • Audio
  • Audio Books
  • Listening
  • Podcasts

Resuaudio

Just paste a link and receive an audio summary of the article.

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  • Audio
  • Audio Books
  • Listening
  • Podcasts

Librivox

Free public domain audiobooks. Read by volunteers from around the world

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  • Audio
  • Audio Books
  • Listening
  • Podcasts

Books

Love Reading for Kids

Super-readable Dyslexia-friendly books

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  • Books
  • Dyslexia
  • Reading

Barrington Stoke

Barrington stoke publish super-readable, accessible books that help every child experience the joy of reading

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  • Books
  • Dyslexia
  • Reading

Dyslexia UK Bookshop

Lots of recommended books about dyslexia

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  • Books
  • Dyslexia
  • Reading

Dictionary / Thesaurus

Dictionary.com

Online dictionary and thesaurus

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  • Dictionary
  • Spelling
  • Thesaurus

Howjsay

Improve Your English Pronunciation with Howjsay’s free online audio dictionary and translation tool

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  • Dictionary
  • Spelling
  • Thesaurus

Merriam Webster

In addition to definitions the Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary, offers voice search, synonyms, antonyms and example sentences

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  • Dictionary
  • Spelling
  • Thesaurus

Disabled Students’ Allowance

Gov.uk – DSA

The UK Government website for all things DSA

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  • Disabled Students’ Allowance
  • Students
  • University

Abilitynet

Information on what to expect from an online DSA assessment

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  • Disabled Students’ Allowance
  • Students
  • University

Diversity and ability

A guide with essential information to help you navigate the process and access all the support you’re entitled to

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  • Disabled Students’ Allowance
  • Students
  • University

Gov.uk – DSA centres

Links to all the DSA needs assessment centres in the UK

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  • Disabled Students’ Allowance
  • Finance
  • Students
  • University

Dyscalculia

Mathsbot

Hundreds of free manipulatives, models, tools, question generators, and activities to aid the teaching of mathematics

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  • Dyscalculia
  • Schools
  • Teaching

Ronit Bird

A specialist working on numeracy with children who have dyscalculia, dyslexia and other specific difficulties

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  • Dyscalculia
  • Maths
  • Teaching

Steve Chinn

An expert teacher working on dyscalculia and maths learning difficulties

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  • Dyscalculia
  • Maths
  • Teaching

Dyslexia UK dyscalculia resources

Extensive maths and dyscalculia resources

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  • Dyscalculia
  • Maths
  • Teaching

Dyscalculia – Numberphile

Professor Brian Butterworth from University College London speaks about his research on the seldom-discussed “dyslexia for numbers”

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  • Dyscalculia
  • Maths
  • Teaching

Understood

Understand the difference between maths anxiety and dyscalculia

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  • Dyscalculia
  • Maths
  • Maths anxiety

Maths explained

Maths video tuition

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  • Dyscalculia
  • Maths
  • Teaching

Dyscalculia Information Centre

A comprehensive source of all things related to dyscalculia

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  • Dyscalculia
  • Maths
  • Teaching

Mathsbot

Hundreds of free manipulatives, models, tools, question generators, and activities to aid the teaching of mathematics

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  • Dyscalculia
  • Maths
  • Teaching

Exams

Wisdolia

Generate smart flashcards in seconds

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  • Access Arrangements
  • Exams
  • School

Exam command words

Exam command words are the key to answering exam questions successfully. Learn them all here

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  • Access Arrangements
  • Exams
  • School

External Organisations

Call Scotland

Based in Scotland, CallScotland helps children and young people to overcome disability and barriers to learning created by their environment, and to fulfil their potential.

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  • Advice
  • Dyslexia
  • Tools

Gov.UK

The governments special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) information.

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  • Advice
  • Dyslexia
  • Special Educational Needs

Made by Dyslexia

Made by dyslexia is a global dyslexia charity, led by successful dyslexics. Their purpose is to help the world to understand the value of Dyslexic Thinking

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  • Advice
  • Dyslexia
  • Tools

BDA

The British Dyslexia Association is a national service for people with dyslexia and dyscalculia and those who support them. It offers free and confidential information, support and signposting

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  • Advice
  • Dyslexia
  • Tools

Films / Videos

Kara Tointon – ‘Don’t Call Me Stupid’

A brilliant and informative documentary on dyslexia

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  • Dyslexia
  • Films
  • Films / Videos

Did you know these 9 famous people are dyslexic?

If you’re dyslexic, you’re in very good company

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  • Dyslexia
  • Films
  • Films / Videos

Richard Branson talks to Made By Dyslexia

Richard Branson talks to Made By Dyslexia and shares his advice on growing up dyslexic and turning it into a success

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  • Dyslexia
  • Films
  • Films / Videos

See dyslexia differently

This animation seeks to pre-empt misconceptions among young audiences by shedding light on the real challenges dyslexic children face whilst also acknowledging their strengths and potential

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  • Dyslexia
  • Films
  • Films / Videos

My Dyslexic Mind – A Newsround Special

About one in every 10 children has dyslexia. There’s probably somebody in your class with it – but do you know what it is? My Dyslexic Mind explores what dyslexia is and some of the ways it affects children

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  • Dyslexia
  • Films
  • Films / Videos

Irlens

MyStudyBar

MyStudyBar is designed to support the complete study cycle from planning and structuring thoughts and ideas to support with reading and writing

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  • Irlens / Visual Stress
  • Mind map
  • Tools

Irlens / Visual Stress

Care U Eyes

Care U Eyes is a free Google Chrome plugin that makes it easier to read text from websites. It lets you quickly change the colour of the background and text in web pages

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  • Coloured resources
  • Irlens / Visual Stress
  • Tools

My studybar

A suite of portable Windows freeware applications assembled into one package to support learners with literacy difficulties

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  • Coloured resources
  • Irlens / Visual Stress
  • Tools

Window Shade

Window Shade is a small desktop enhancement utility whose purpose is to help you apply a custom colour on your desktop as a layer

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  • Coloured resources
  • Irlens / Visual Stress
  • Tools

Screen Shades for Mac

With Screen Shades for Mac, users will now be able to fine-tune their Mac’s brightness even more

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  • Coloured resources
  • Irlens / Visual Stress
  • Tools

f.lux

f.lux makes the colour of your computer’s display adapt to the time of day, warm at night and like sunlight during the day

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  • Coloured resources
  • Irlens / Visual Stress
  • Tools

Fontjoy

Generate easy to read font combinations with deep learning

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  • Font
  • Irlens / Visual Stress
  • Tools

OpenDyslexic

OpenDyslexic is a free to use typeface designed against some common symptoms of dyslexia

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  • Font
  • Irlens / Visual Stress
  • Tools

MyStudyBar

MyStudyBar is designed to support the complete study cycle from planning and structuring thoughts and ideas to support with reading and writing

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  • Irlens / Visual Stress
  • Mind map
  • Tools

Language and speaking development

Tutur

Tutur is your personal AI language tutor advancing your language fluency

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  • AI
  • Language Development
  • Speaking
  • Vocabulary

Spellar

Spellar is an AI-driven speaking assistant, offering personalised feedback to enhance your speaking skills and boost your confidence

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  • AI
  • Language Development
  • Speaking
  • Vocabulary

Keys to Literacy

Using Morphology to teach vocabulary

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  • AI
  • Language Development
  • Speaking
  • Vocabulary

Memory

Mind Tools

Memory Improvement Techniques start here

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  • Exams
  • Memory
  • Revision

Lumosity

Discover what your mind can do. Exercise memory, flexibility, and more with the world’s most popular brain training programme

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  • Exams
  • Memory
  • Revision

Memory Techniques

Learning how to Learn – Memory Techniques

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  • Exams
  • Memory
  • Revision

Mymind

Remember everything. Organise nothing. All your notes, bookmarks, inspiration articles and images in one single, private place

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  • Exams
  • Memory
  • Revision

Mastering memory

Mastering Memory is a tool you can use to help improve the understanding and strategies of both short-term memory and transfer to long-term memory

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  • Exams
  • Memory
  • Revision

Academic tips

This link gives you access to powerful methods for significantly improving the power of your memory. A powerful memory will help you succeed in school, in your career, and in life

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  • Exams
  • Memory
  • Revision

Art of memory

The number shape system is a memory technique that can be used to memorise short numbers or as a peg list. It works by associating the shapes of numbers to pictures

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  • Exams
  • Memory
  • Revision

Daniel Wong

The Complete List of 23 Best Memory Techniques for Studying

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  • Exams
  • Memory
  • Revision

Mind map

Mind manager

Powerful visualisation tools and mind mapping software

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  • Memory
  • Mind map
  • Revision

MyStudyBar

MyStudyBar is designed to support the complete study cycle from planning and structuring thoughts and ideas to support with reading and writing

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  • Irlens / Visual Stress
  • Mind map
  • Tools

Xmind

Xmind’s intuitive features give you the ability to spark creativity and create mind maps

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  • Memory
  • Mind map
  • Tools

My Map

Map out Ideas with AI Copilot. Streamlining your idea journey. Create, organiSe, and share effortlessly using an AI-powered chat interface

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  • Memory
  • Mind map
  • Tools

MindView

MindView helps people visualise ideas, communicate and get things done

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  • Memory
  • Mind map
  • Tools

Mind Meister

Create unlimited subtopics and explore your thoughts, colour coding for clarity and style. As your map takes shape, add context to topics with attachments, embedded media and more

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  • Memory
  • Mind map
  • Tools

Coggle

Make mind map documents that flow like your ideas

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  • Memory
  • Mind map
  • Tools

Inspiration-at

Inspiration to support your studies, work, and personal goals

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  • Memory
  • Mind map
  • Tools

Note taking

Talk Notes

Turn hours of note taking into minutes. Just record a voicenote, and let the AI transcribe, clean up and structure it for you. Available on web, iOS and Android

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  • AI
  • Note taking
  • Speech to text

Note Genie

Start your journey towards streamlined documentation. With Note Genie, step into the future of efficient, AI-enhanced professional documentation

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  • AI
  • Note taking
  • Speech to text

Circle Back

Never take meeting notes again. AI-written action items and meeting notes you can trust

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  • AI
  • Note taking
  • Speech to text

Parenting

RNIB Bookshare

RNIB Bookshare support learners with a print disability to access the curriculum, putting them on a par with their peers, creating an inclusive environment in education

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  • Books
  • Dyslexia
  • Parenting
  • Reading

BBC Bitesize – dyslexia

Five ways to support your child with dyslexia at home

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  • Dyslexia
  • Home work
  • Parenting

Nessy

Does your child have difficulty reading or spelling? Find out as much as you can about dyslexia. Here you will find expert articles and videos

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  • Dyslexia
  • Parenting
  • Reading
  • Spelling

Dexteria

From fine motor skills to math concepts to correct letter formation to spatial reasoning, dyxteria’s apps are instructionally sound, easy to use, and fun to play

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  • Dysgraphia
  • Dyslexia
  • Parenting
  • Writing

BBC News

Journalist Ciara Riddell has produced a documentary describing her efforts to help her son Shea overcome his dyslexia

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  • Dyslexia
  • Film
  • Parenting

Oakabooks

Revision guides for visual learners. Active learning packs for all pupils, irrespective of reading ability

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  • Books
  • Dyslexia
  • Parenting
  • Reading

BBC Bitesize – Multisensory

Five multisensory activities you can do with your child at home

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  • Multi-sensory
  • Neurodivergent
  • Parenting

Dyslexia Assist

A charity run by parents, for parents

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  • Charity
  • Dyslexia
  • Parenting

Teach Handwriting

Whether you are just helping your child with their handwriting or need support because they are struggling, these resources, information and advice will guide you through the handwriting process

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  • Dysgraphia
  • Dyslexia
  • Parenting
  • Writing

Podcasts

Fish Don’t Climb Trees

Fish Don’t Climb Trees podcasts sheds light on the ‘gift’ of dyslexia, not the ‘dys’ in dyslexia

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  • Audio
  • Audio Books
  • Listening
  • Podcasts

Dyslexia explored

This podcast interviews people with dyslexia stories from all stages and walks of life. The goal is to encourage parents of teenage dyslexics through their school years

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  • Audio
  • Audio Books
  • Listening
  • Podcasts

The Codpast

The Codpast is the one stop shop for adults with dyslexia. Here you will find the latest dyslexic developments, cutting edge assistive tech, time saving study skills and employment advice

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  • Audio
  • Audio Books
  • Listening
  • Podcasts

The Dyslexia Initiative

The Dyslexia Initiative. Advocating. Educating. Inspiring. Empowering

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  • Audio
  • Audio Books
  • Listening
  • Podcasts

The Dyslexia Life Hacks Show

This podcast gets to the stories behind the word dyslexia. From engineers to barristers, entrepreneurs to people who develop assistive technology

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  • Audio
  • Audio Books
  • Listening
  • Podcasts

Proof Reading / Spelling / Grammar

Grammarly

Find the words to reach your goals. Work with an AI writing partner that helps you find the words you need⁠: ⁠to write that tricky email; to get your point across; to keep your work moving

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  • Dyslexia
  • Grammar
  • Proof Reading
  • Spelling

Beating Dyslexia

This spelling strategies section is filled with lots of useful techniques and information

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  • Dyslexia
  • Grammar
  • Proof Reading
  • Spelling

Grammarbot

Al Grammar checks message rewrites and style transformations

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  • Dyslexia
  • Grammar
  • Proof Reading
  • Spelling

The ACE Dictionary

This dictionary is ideal for people who understand sounds and syllables but have issues with spelling

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  • Dictionary
  • Spelling
  • Thesaurus

Reading

ClaroRead

ClaroRead helps neurodiverse students to achieve more with reading and writing

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  • Dyslexia
  • Reading
  • Text to speech

Speechify

Cut your reading time in half. Let Speechify text to speech read to you

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  • AI
  • Dyslexia
  • Reading
  • Text to speech

Office 365 and Immersive Reader

Shirley from CALL Scotland gives a helpful rundown of how to use Office 365 and Immersive Reader for dyslexic learners

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  • Dyslexia
  • Reading
  • Text to speech

C-Pen

Text to Speech scanning device for reading, literacy & learning

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  • Dyslexia
  • Exams
  • Reading
  • Text to speech

Bionic Reader

Increase your reading speed with the Bionic quick reading method. Simply copy any text or upload your document. Read 10X faster: key highlights, from articles to books. Ideal for students and professionals seeking efficient reading and improved focus

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  • Dyslexia
  • Reading
  • Text to speech

Natural Readers

A text to speech solution for personal, commercial, and educational use

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  • Dyslexia
  • Reading
  • Text to speech

Read&Write

Read&Write is a literacy support tool that helps with everyday tasks like reading text out loud, understanding unfamiliar words, researching assignments and proofing written work

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  • Dyslexia
  • Reading
  • Text to speech

Audio Read

Use AI to listen to articles, PDFs, emails, etc. in your podcast player. “Read” while walking, driving, cleaning, and more

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  • AI
  • Dyslexia
  • Reading
  • Text to speech

SprintPlus

SprintPlus helps children, young people and adults with dyslexia to become more confident about reading, writing and spelling

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  • Dyslexia
  • Reading
  • Text to speech

TLDR this

TLDR helps you to summarise any piece of text into concise, easy to digest content so you can free yourself from information overload

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  • AI
  • Dyslexia
  • Reading
  • Text to speech

Mathsbot

Hundreds of free manipulatives, models, tools, question generators, and activities to aid the teaching of mathematics

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  • Dyscalculia
  • Schools
  • Teaching

Referencing

Zotero

Zotero is a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organise, annotate, cite, and share research

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  • Referencing
  • Research
  • University

Cite This For Me

Cite This For Me allows you to quickly gather reference information from a variety of sources, and then export these as a fully formatted bibliography using the referencing style of your choice

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  • Referencing
  • Research
  • University

Research

Daniel Wong

The Complete List of 23 Best Memory Techniques for Studying

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  • Exams
  • Memory
  • Revision

Resources

Dyslexia UK Shop

Extensive bank of books and resources about dyslexia and dyscalculia

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  • Books
  • Dyslexia
  • Reading
  • Tools

Dyslexia UK

Information about teacher and SENCo training on dyslexia within UK Schools

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  • Dyscalculia
  • Dyslexia
  • Schools
  • Teaching

Revising

Chegg

Free flashcard maker

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  • Exams
  • Revising
  • Tools

Kardsai

Instantly convert your Notes, books, PDFs or any topic into flashcards. AI-powered learning on the go as a free mobile app

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  • Exams
  • Revising
  • Tools

Quizlet

Use Quizlet’s practice tests, digital flashcards and AI-powered tools to improve your marks and grades

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  • Exams
  • Revising
  • Tools

Screeners

Adult Dyslexia checklist

Although a checklist for dyslexic adults will not provide enough information for a diagnostic assessment, it can be very useful in promoting a better self-understanding and a pointer towards future assessment needs

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  • Assessment
  • Dyslexia
  • Screening

Nessy

Quickly screen and identify those children aged 5-11 at risk for dyslexia

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  • Assessment
  • Dyslexia
  • Screening

Test dyslexia

This free, secure and confidential screener will give a profile of learning strengths and weaknesses, including a measure of severity of symptoms

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  • Assessment
  • Dyslexia
  • Screening

Success with dyslexia

This new, online screener highlights dyslexic-type literacy difficulties in children. Free of charge for UK schools

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  • Assessment
  • Dyslexia
  • Screening

Lexercise

Free dyslexia screener. Over 300,000 parents have screened their children for dyslexia with Lexercise’s free dyslexia screener

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  • Assessment
  • Dyslexia
  • Screening

IDL Literacy Screener

The IDL Literacy Screener is a simple, effective online tool that can be used to highlight dyslexic-type difficulties. The test takes around 30 minutes and is perfect for screening pupils aged 8 and over

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  • Assessment
  • Dyslexia
  • Screening

Dyscalculia screener

A symptoms test for dyscalculia

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  • Dyscalculia
  • Maths
  • Screening

Speech to text

Speechnotes

Take notes with your voice for free, or automatically transcribe audio and video recordings. Secure, accurate and super fast

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  • Note taking
  • Speech to text
  • Writing

Speechmatics

Large language AI models combined with speech recognition, powering transcription, translation and understanding in 45+ languages (in real-time)

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  • AI
  • Note taking
  • Speech to text
  • Writing

Free subtitles

Transcribe audio and video to text for free with automatic free translation

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  • Note taking
  • Speech to text
  • Writing

Teaching

TES

This booklet gives information about dyslexia and how teachers and teaching assistants can support students within the classroom

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  • Dyslexia
  • Schools
  • Teaching

Mathsbot

Hundreds of free manipulatives, models, tools, question generators, and activities to aid the teaching of mathematics

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  • Dyscalculia
  • Schools
  • Teaching

Text to speech

The Codpast

Let Speechify read to you. The best AI text to speech for Chrome, iOS, Android, Mac, & Edge

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  • Audio
  • Podcasts
  • Text to speech

Read&Write

ClaroRead helps students to be more confident, independent and productive learners by providing an effective suite of reading, writing and study tools

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  • Audio
  • Reading
  • Text to speech

Typing

BBC Dance Mat Typing

Dance Mat Typing is a fun way to learn touch typing

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  • Typing
  • Writing

TTRS

A highly accessible, multi-sensory course that teaches touch-typing, reading and spelling at the same time

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  • Typing
  • Writing

Typing.com

Build essential skills with a comprehensive curriculum including keyboarding, digital literacy, and coding

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  • Typing
  • Writing

University

Daniel Wong

The Complete List of 23 Best Memory Techniques for Studying

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  • Exams
  • Memory
  • Revision

University / Research

Brainy PDF

Chat with any PDF. Join thousands of students, researchers and professionals to instantly answer questions and understand research with AI

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  • AI
  • Referencing
  • Research
  • University

Coursable

Learn something new with personaliSed AI Courses or chat with AI about your existing study materials to pull insights, generate flashcards, answer questions, and much more

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  • AI
  • Referencing
  • Research
  • University

Elicit

Analyse research papers at superhuman speed.
Automate time-consuming research tasks like summarising papers, extracting data, and synthesising your findings

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  • AI
  • Referencing
  • Research
  • University

Sci summary

Use AI to summarise scientific articles in seconds

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  • AI
  • Referencing
  • Research
  • University

Smry

Read any online article and instantly get the summary

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  • Referencing
  • Research
  • University

Google Scholar

Google Scholar provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature. From one place, you can search across many disciplines and sources: articles, theses, books, abstracts and court opinions, from academic publishers, professional societies, online repositories, universities and other web sites

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  • Referencing
  • Research
  • University

Daniel Wong

The Complete List of 23 Best Memory Techniques for Studying

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  • Exams
  • Memory
  • Revision

Visual Stress

MyStudyBar

MyStudyBar is designed to support the complete study cycle from planning and structuring thoughts and ideas to support with reading and writing

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  • Irlens / Visual Stress
  • Mind map
  • Tools

Workplace

The National Handwriting Association

Many tips, techniques and resources to aid a persons handwriting abilities

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  • Dysgraphia
  • Dyslexia
  • Parenting
  • Writing

Compose AI

Compose AI is a Chrome extension that cuts your writing time by 40% with AI-powered autocompletion & text generation

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  • AI
  • Employment
  • Tools
  • Writing

Second Brain

An AI-powered writing companion that you can use on any website. Second Brain will help you to generate better articles, emails, tweets, messages and more. Works on any website

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  • AI
  • Employment
  • Tools
  • Writing

Quillbot

Write like a pro, everywhere you write. A bank of AI assisted writing tools to refine your written voice

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  • AI
  • Employment
  • Tools
  • Writing

Writing

Scribbly

Write emails 10x faster with AI-powered content suggestions on Gmail that are context-specific, professionally written, and sound just like you

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  • AI
  • Employment
  • Tools
  • Writing

Rewriterpro

RewriterPro.ai integrates cutting-edge artificial intelligence technology to create far superior, error-free, and easy-to-read content in far less time

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  • AI
  • Employment
  • Tools
  • Writing

Wordflex

Developed for the iPad with content from the Oxford University Press, this is an engaging reference tool. By using your fingers to manipulate word trees, you will find information quickly and easily

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  • AI
  • Employment
  • Tools
  • Writing

Clicker

Clicker is the complete writing solution for the primary classroom, providing every pupil with just the right level of support and challenge

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  • Employment
  • Parenting
  • Tools
  • Writing

Textero.ai

Textero.ai serves as a valuable resource for writers seeking to kickstart their creativity, overcome writer’s block, and discover fresh ideas

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  • AI
  • Employment
  • Tools
  • Writing

Inkey

Every student’s personal AI tutor. Write perfect essays, solve maths problems and do your homework 100x faster

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  • AI
  • Employment
  • Tools
  • Writing
Tutoring

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