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WordQ and SpeakQ4 Pro reviewed by Joan Tanenhaus
"WordQ and WordQ Pro are powerful technology tools for literacy, with special focus on writing skills and assisted reading. The WordQ family of software is an intuitive literacy tool that has been assisting students with special needs for many years and continues to change and improve with new features. " See link to Joan's full article on Literacy for Special Needs. How to Know if Your Child is Struggling With Writing
Writing is the new social currency. If you total up all the time we spend writing assignments and reports, and that we spend online on social media like Facebook, e-mailing and texting friends, it becomes very clear that - more than ever - writing is a vital part of our daily lives.
Millions of Americans struggle with writing, and in this new economy they are disadvantaged in almost every part of life. They simply can't contribute, interact and perform as well as others. Newsline.com - wordQ+speakQ assists with Dyslexia
WordQ+speakQ software bundle for struggling writers is first and only integrated word prediction & speech recognition tool for those with learning disabilities.
A common misconception is that dyslexics write words backwards or move letters around when reading. Actually, this only occurs in a small percentage. Dyslexic people are better identified by writing that does not seem to match their level of intelligence from other observations. Additionally, people with dyslexia often substitute similar-looking, but unrelated words in place of the ones intended (i.e., say/saw, what/want, fell/fall, fun/run). goQ Provides Literacy Software for Individuals with Writing Disabilities
It's a lifelong disorder with no known cause or cure.
Autism spectrum disorder affects approximately one in 150 children in North America - and the rates of diagnosis are steadily rising. Despite its prevalence, the disorder has long remained a mystery to all but those afflicted.
Part of the reason why medical experts still don't know how to prevent or treat it is because the disorder inhibits a person's ability to communicate or develop social relationships. Info Executive - Are Your Employees Undiagnosed?
Some of us are better communicators than others, especially when writing. The longstanding belief is that learning disabilities are hereditary. When it comes to adults and learning disabilities, generally adults are undiagnosed.
We've all encountered the dyslexic genius' the person who knows she isn't a good writer. Adults generally know when they're not good writers or communicators. And that holds them back from some kinds of work they may want to do. Toronto Star: Unlocking Carly
"So I had a cool interview with a Toronto Star Newspaper reporter. I'm not sure when the story printing or how long it is. The only thing I'm sure of is how cute the photographer was. So cute. I talked to them about autism & I was showing off how easy it is to talk with wordQ and my Ipad. Doctors and scientists are only partly going to help autism technology and innovators are going to bring autism to the next level."
How does a non-verbal, 16-year-old autistic girl communicate?
Go back to the opening paragraph. Carly Fleischmann wrote it. CTV News - The Words Within
It's a lifelong disorder with no known cause or cure.
Autism spectrum disorder affects approximately one in 150 children in North America - and the rates of diagnosis are steadily rising. Despite its prevalence, the disorder has long remained a mystery to all but those afflicted.
Part of the reason why medical experts still don't know how to prevent or treat it is because the disorder inhibits a person's ability to communicate or develop social relationships.