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Contact Details

Telephone

01223 608 491

Address

Future Business Centre, Kings Hedges Road, Cambridge, CB4 2HY

Start Date

13/08/2019

End Date

17/04/2019

Website

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Event Details

Starts: Tue, 13 Aug 2019

Ends: Wed, 17 Apr 2019

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Dyslexia Box Limited

What does it do?
Dyslexia Box is a leading provider of assistive technology and related services to help people of all ages with dyslexia, whether in education, at work or in the home. Our wide range of assistive technology includes area such as text to speech, speech recognition, mind mapping, reading pens, note taking, touch typing etc. We also provide workplace needs assessments, assistive technology training, disability awareness training, workplace strategy coaching and much more.

Who is it for?
We work with individuals as young as 5 years old right up to people of retirement age.

How do I access it?
Our website features a wide range of the solutions we provide. We also offer free consultations where a parent or HR manager (for example) can call us, explain the needs of the individual and we will make recommendations based on the information provided.

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