3 new resources that support dyslexics to engage with books are available from the Seeing Ear. They are free downloads. They complement the self-help guide ‘Accessing Books – A Guide for Dyslexic Adults’, detailed on this blog on 5 January 2015 at http://wp.me/p2CUtl-9g.
What are the contents of these resources?
- A list of book series for adults that are more accessible than mainstream books
- A set of strategy flashcards that aim to help dyslexics to engage with books
- An activity that dyslexics can use to identify accessible features of mainstream books
Who are the resources aimed at?
- dyslexic adults
- people supporting anyone of any age to engage with books e.g. educators, library staff, family members
- learners and students e.g. adult literacy learners, students of English
Where are the resources available?
- In pdf under the subheading ‘Guides by others’ at http://www.seeingear.org/resources/dyslexia
- In Word from the Seeing Ear library, which dyslexics are eligible to join http://www.seeingear.org/our-library