Case studies

Touch-type Read and Spell is a highly accessible touch-typing solution that supports individuals in developing keyboarding and literacy skills. Learners see a word, hear it read aloud, and follow the on-screen hand guides to type the correct keys. This phonics driven and multi-sensory approach provides an optimal way for individuals who are struggling with a specific learning difference and/or motor-skills difficulty to learn typing. Children and adults with dyslexia, dyspraxia, dysgraphia, attention difficulties, autism, apraxia of speech, expressive-receptive communication disorder, and Down syndrome have all benefited from the ability to practice typing in a distraction free way in which learners set the pace of study and material is broken down into bite-size modules. Additionally, students struggling with spelling and reading, and those studying English as a foreign or second language have benefited from the vocabulary reinforcement and English phonics program embedded in the core curriculum. Read more about how others have used and benefited from TTRS in our case-study testimonials.

Maria, English as an additional language learner

United Kingdom

Amy, Parent of a child with dyslexia

United Kingdom

Bolton College, Adult Education

United Kingdom

Suzanne, Homeschooler of a child with ADD and dyslexia

United States

Sydney, Parent of a twice-exceptional child

United States

Carry, Parent of a child with dyslexia and dyspraxia

United States