Support with technological assistance tools
Training is the best way for teachers and parents to see for themselves the benefits that Lexibar assistive software brings to their student and their child. The training facilitates the integration of the aid tool in the daily life of people (both children and adults) living with academic difficulties or learning disabilities, whatever they may be (dyslexia, dysorthography , dyscalculia, dysphasia, etc.).
It is important to offer support to the student or your child with technological aids . Students are not always comfortable with the use of assistive technology. When they are younger, the pupils need to be supported with their use of the support tool.
Lexibar offers invaluable help to people struggling with academic difficulties or learning disabilities, disabilities or developmental disabilities. These students who are often faced with setbacks need a support tool to overcome their difficulties and regain confidence in themselves and in their abilities. The assistive software does not do the work for them, it is an "equalizer" in overcoming the challenges these students face, and giving them an equal chance at success. Lexibar is equivalent to a pair of glasses for a myopic student in the learning process .
Lexibar offers a voice to students who cannot otherwise express themselves, the help tool can read a text to students who cannot read and empower in writing students who, at cause of a disorder or a learning difficulty, are unable to write. The help software facilitates social integration and increases the academic motivation of students who must learn to live with different disorders such as dyslexia, dysorthography, coordination disorder (dyspraxia), language development disorder (Dysphasia or TDL) or others.
The specialized aid tool offers them autonomy during the writing and correction of texts to allow them to be evaluated according to their strengths and capacities instead of being penalized in the evaluations and their work because of their reading or writing difficulties linked to one or more learning disabilities (dyslexia, dysorthography, dyscalculia, dysphasia, etc.).