Read-Aid - An Assistive Reading Tool for Children with Dyslexia
We developed a software application, Read-Aid to help improve reading pattern in children with Dyslexia with visual processing problems. We hypothesized that after a dyslexic child’s interaction with our application, there will be an improvement in their reading speed and comprehension. We compared our results with existing masked-reading intervention approach. A between-group study was conducted with 15 children. Results were significant (p = 0.026) suggesting that our Read-Aid tool has potential as an assistive technology application.
KeywordsNon-linear reading Assistive technology Learning disabilities
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