Stay Organised with Dyslexia Using an iPad
People with dyslexia often find disorganisation at work negatively impacts home life because they take too much work home. With our dyslexia assistive training for the iPhone and iPad, we can help you stay organised so you can complete your work on time.
According to the British Dyslexia Association: “Dyslexic people may have difficulty processing and remembering information they see and hear, which can impact organisational skills.”
As a result, people with dyslexia often have difficulty processing all the information from meetings and turning it into a prioritized plan. The extra time needed can consume weekends and evenings if no appropriate strategies are employed.
People with dyslexia often need to write and draw meeting notes and plans to overcome their processing difficulties. Handwriting is a proven strategy for processing information with dyslexia.
In the past, assistive technology like Text to speech, Document Search, Mind Mapping and task management required you to sacrifice writing and drawing.
A tablet and a pen can solve this problem. You get the best of both worlds. You can write your notes and have assistive technology.
It takes most people with dyslexia a session per week for 4 months to develop a comprehensive organisation habit to last a lifetime.
Our mission is to help you discover a way of staying organised that works with the way your mind works, not against it. Then you can keep your commitments and have quality time at home.
This service is eligible for the Access to Work grant. Book a free consultation where we will discuss your needs and see if the iPad is the right assistive technology tool for you or not.