Case studies: Adults

An adult learner with dyslexia uses keyboarding course to improve literacy skills

Alan, Adult learner with dyslexia

Alan is a middle-aged man who struggles with severe dyslexia. He spent much of his life avoiding reading and writing at all costs.

He learned to type slowly but surely and is now able to read and write most high frequency English words.

As a result of these newfound literacy efforts, Alan has found his confidence has improved…

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ESOL students learning tool

Bolton College, Adult Education

We have been using the Touch-type Read and Spell Course for 10 years now. During this time, the program has grown in popularity and we currently make use of the full capacity of our licence with a range of students from across the school, including vocational learners, individuals with specific learning difficulties, mature learners, ESOL students, and community…

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English typing intervention

Maria, English as an additional language learner

Maria Ribera is a dyslexic and ESL (English as a Second Language) medical doctor from South America, who settled in the UK about four years ago.

Maria used to practise two-finger typing before; slowly and often inaccurately. Now she uses the GH (Good Hands-Good Homes) technique. She types faster, with fewer errors, more competently…

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