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About this app

The purpose of this APP is to develop some specific components of the reading and writing processes as the phonological analysis, synthesis, phonemic and the lexical access, for purposes openly addressed to rehabilitation practice.
The APP is designed considering the needs of families, in particular to help and facilitate them in the pupil's supportive role in the rehabilitation program or in the management of the acquisition of written language problems.
The various activities designed for children from 6 years old, are offered in 10 pre-built and targeted courses, with 3 different levels of difficulty, which allow the student to work on his specific difficulties.
The exercises have three levels of increasing difficulty along several major axes (length of words, spelling complexity, number of cloze ...) to help the family to select the best the most suitable exercises to be assigned to the child.
The APP also aims at facilitating the coaching of the family to a professional and set up a rehabilitation program active on several fronts; to this end, in fact, there is a calendar that can be easily synchronized with the professional tablet so you can schedule a time frame for the execution of the exercises and constantly monitor the child's progress.

Routes available:
• Recognize the letters
• Letters with similar sounds
• Letters of similar forms
• From the letter to the word
• From the image to the word
• From the image syllables
• From syllables to the word
• Recognize the words
• Read the words fast
• Read the tracks
Updated on
Feb 23, 2022

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