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Dyslexia

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handybook Tue 09-Jun-15 14:51:21

The new SEN legislation can mean parents of Dyslexic children can request schools obtain handybook a new e-reader app on cheap android tablets. It is designed specially for dyslexics with the support of dyslexia experts. It is new so few SEN teachers are yet to catch up with it. School tests show it can improve reading by up to 650% & concentration by 300%. Handybook offer schools the service to render all their reading material & documents onto android tablets for easy reading with the handybook app. See a free trial demo at handysoftware.co.uk and then tell SEN teachers of handybook!

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