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Specific Learning Difficulties

Specific Learning Difficulties is an umbrella term user to refer to any aspects of learning that an individual may have difficulties with. Dyslexia, Dyspraxia and Dyscalculia are examples that can be included within this umbrella term. Specific Learning Difficulties range in severity from mild to very serious. Individuals may experience one specific pattern of behaviour or have a range of different patterns depending on the context they are working within.

Help Available from the Assistive Technology Service

  • Texthelp Read & Write one-to-one software training
  • Audio Notetaker one-to-one software training
  • MindView mind mapping one-to-one software training
  • Dragon NaturallySpeaking speech recognition one-to-one software training

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Help available from the UIS