Free FONT claims to be easier for dyslexic to decipher.

There is an OPEN/FREE font available online called OPEN-DYSLEXIC which claims to be easier for people with dyslexia to decipher. I am looking forward to trying it out when I next have a student facing this challenge. If any of you have such a student, or experience with this font, could you let me know how helpful this font is.

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  1. Helping your child with dyslexia at home can be difficult at times. Before getting started, it’s usually best to consult with your child’s teachers and other reading professionals working with him or her. They can probably give you a good idea of the severity of your child’s issues and what you can expect to accomplish with home tutoring sessions. Also, the U.S. Department of Education’s website has a section created to help you as parent identify specific learning disabilities.*

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