The term Assistive Technology (AT) refers to the services and devices that enable people with disabilities to help them achieve independence and enhance their quality of life. For people with dyslexia, Assistive Technology provides tools that ease the demands of reading and writing and allow them to learn and function independently. Assistive technology helps students with dyslexia save time and overcome challenges, such as messy note-taking, slow reading speed, and poor handwriting, allowing them to demonstrate their abilities in ways that were once unimaginable.
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