Listening Aids May Help Boost Dyslexic Kids' Reading Skills
U.S. News and World Report
Devices that amplify the sound of a teacher's voice may help children with dyslexia improve their reading skills, new research suggests. After a year of wearing the devices in the classroom, children with dyslexia had improved scores on tests of phonological awareness and reading.
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