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Free accessible textbooks for learners with Dyslexia, Autism or ADD

Posted by Stella Broster on Apr 25, 2019 12:05:30 PM

Free Accessible Textbooks for Dyslexia, Autism and ADD

Do your learners struggle to access the curriculum? Would the students and pupils you support benefit from accessible textbooks? Do they struggle with reading print materials? Do you need talking eBook editions of textbooks?

RNIB Bookshare and the EasyReader app can help.

RNIB Bookshare is the RNIB's free UK education collection for print-disabled learners. You may not be aware, but this collection is not just for readers with a visual impairment, sight loss or blindness. Your students can also use it if they have a cognitive learning disability, such as:

  • Dyslexia
  • Autism
  • Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)

Find out which learners can use RNIB Bookshare

In addition, EasyReader is the World’s most accessible reading app, enabling users to download books, enlarge text and add audio to text-only titles. EasyReader is also free and helps users get the best from RNIB Bookshare.

Would you like to find out more? Do you support students or pupils with additional needs. If you are a member of any of the following:

  • SENCO
  • DSA
  • HE
  • sensory support team
  • local authority
  • adult learning centre

Then register for our FREE webinar 'Free Accessible Textbooks for Students with Disabilities' on Tuesday 4th June at 3.00 pm by using the button below:

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