Find out more about what dyslexia actually is as we look beyond the definition to discover how people with dyslexia learn and process information in different ways.
Present Pal has undergone a sparkling reformation, with version 2.2.5 now available on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store! Since launching in September, we’ve been busy bees collecting your feedback to ensure that we found any little glitches or potential improvements. This update features shiny new improvements such as bug fixes, new dyslexia-friendly fonts and language changes.
Remember to update your existing version of Present Pal and leave us a rating or review!
Our 2019 calendar is jam-packed already and we’re excited to share how you can take part in our events and connect with Present Pal!
If you have any questions regarding how to book the events below, please use our ‘Contact Us’ form or email firstname.lastname@example.org All events are suitable for needs assessors, disability advisers and AT trainers in the DSA industry.
To celebrate the UN’s International Day of Disabled Persons 2018, we’re excited to announce that we’ve been selected to be a part of Microsoft’s AI for Accessibility Programme!
Present Pal has been awarded an AI for Accessibility grant from Microsoft to help further our efforts in ensuring that everyone, despite their individual abilities, has the equal opportunity to communicate effectively in education and the workplace.
With freshers week events erupting across the UK, the Present Pal team set off to the University of Glasgow to find out more about students’ fresher fears…
Present Pal wants to raise awareness around the fact that a large chunk of the SpLD population are now in their adult years. This blog will discuss signs of dyslexia, workplace solutions for employers to implement and support for adults who think that they may have an SpLD.