Books for vision differences support reading development for learners with visual needs. Creating a classroom library with audio and Braille books promotes reading success for learners with visual differences.
Learn how teachers can use Braille texts to build literacy skills like Syntax.
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See how products like NaturalReader use text-to-speech software to support learners with visual difficulties. With the ability to change the speaker voice and speed, learners can adjust the settings to their needs.
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