Desktop Software

Before the advent of mobile devices and Chrome, standalone software for desktop computers provided the best assistive technology tools for dyslexic students and adults. Many people still rely on the full-featured programs for the Mac and Windows operating systems, particularly for complex reading and writing tasks. While the following list is not complete, it will give you an idea of the variety of AT tools that are available for the desktop. For more information, you can contact me or follow the weblinks below.