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Resources for Dyslexics
Posted on October 08 2009 02:49 AM
Location: Michigan Posts: 555
My boyfriend is a member of this:
It's a free website that you can get a membership to with certification from a physician, and it has a whole bunch of audiobooks you can use! It's paid for by a grant from the U.S. Department of Education. You can download the books as WMA files or you can have them send you a special CD player that lets you flip to certain pages of a book, and they'll send you CDs of the books to listen to.
Posted on October 08 2009 05:57 AM
Location: Foggy San Francisco Posts: 255
That's a great resource. Thanks for posting it.
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