Choosing an APP that may be appropriate to  your needs can be a bewildering task. There are so many choices and so many variables that it can be hard to know if you have the best solution, or ended up with one that only does half the job. A staggering 26% of downloaded APP’s are only used once.

 

Darla Hatton, a mother of a teenager with dyslexia, recently contributed an article to the National Centre for Learning Disabilities in the US, called “There’s an APP for that”. It describes the methods she has adopted for assessing the usefulness of APP’s. The article can be found at;

http://www.ncld.org/ld-insights/entry/1/351?goback=%2Egde_97729_member_207569757

 

We hope you enjoy it.

 

The Q-Team.

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