Irish start-up launches online toolkit for learners with dyslexia
Dyslex.ie has launched an online platform that aims to maximise reading speed for learners with dyslexia. This week, social enterprise start-up Dyslex.ie launched its online platform, which has been backed by Enterprise Ireland, that aims to support learners with dyslexia. Dyslex.ie provides learners with online tools to help them maximise reading speed and minimise errors. According to the Dyslexia Association of Ireland, dyslexia affects approximately one in 10 people in the country and is one of the most common learning difficulties. Dylsex.ie is now available online as an add-on to web browsers, and is offering a 10-week free trial period.