While we were programming the accessibility option of the Joy of Reading, we wondered how a child with visual impairment learns how to read. In order to get a better understanding, we contacted Perkins School For The Blind in USA, where we got the chance to speak to Charlotte Cushman, Perkins’ Educational Web Content Creator [...]
Sometimes you get exactly what you ask for, and sometimes, you get more. We were extremely pleased that our numerous testing sessions with children were a success following the release of Busy Shapes in March 2014. What we didn’t expect was all the positive feedback from parents with autistic children who felt that Busy Shapes [...]
Bruce Burnett started learning to read at the age of 3. Today he is almost 60 and is the CEO of a property management company in Montreal, Quebec. At a very young age, Mr. Burnett was tucked in bed to the sounds of his mother reading stories to him. In impeccable French, he tells us [...]
Monique Corroy is a mother of an autistic boy who has a severe mental handicap. Mathieu is 26 and does not speak but Monique is convinced that he could learn to read and express himself through the written word. With Le Bonheur de lire, he has fun manipulating letters and syllables.
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