Local software company releases learning tools for kids with dyslexia and other learning differences

Kids with language-learning differences like dyslexia and dysgraphia struggle to read, write, organize materials, concentrate, decipher directions and often get lost in class. As a result, there is a total lack of academic independence for these types of learners; teachers hover in the classroom and parents hover during homework. It’s a long day for everyone.

LexiaTech, a local software company owned and operated by experts in the field of language-learning differences, has released a new software that includes a series of learning intervention tools to make reading and writing comprehension easier and increase learning independence:

Medialexie KorectDys Plus

The Medialexie KorectDys Plus is a USB-based software that opens up a series of reading, writing and organizational applications designed to help students with word prediction, spelling, letter inversions, grammar, research and word processing. Each student’s learning profile and settings are continually optimized with each use and saved on the USB, which means a fully-customized learning environment travels wherever the student goes: plug and play.

cPen 3.5


The cPen 3.5 is a simple OCR scanner that transfers printed text into editable text on a student’s computer. This modern highlighter allows students to easily transfer homework directions/questions, definitions and research to the computer and then hear the information rather than just reading it. It is an ideal tool for students who have trouble reading and/or writing. The cPen 3.5 is Bluetooth ready and compatible with Android OS, Windows and Mac OS X.

Choosing the right assistive technology depends on your student’s needs. Children who benefit from the Korectdys Plus and cPen include those diagnosed with dyslexia, dysgraphia, a Receptive Language Deficit, Expressive Language Deficit, Language-Based Learning Disability, Attention Deficit Disorder, Memory Issues, and Processing Speed Disorders.

A child who can read, write and process information independently is free to learn and more importantly, self-confidence is increased.

To learn more about how the Medialexie learning intervention tools can help your child, visit www.lexiatech.com. To request a demo, contact Barkley Rafferty at (504) 952-5831.


Written by Ashley Bond

Ashley Bond

Founder of parenting blog, entrepreneur, underestimated disorganized overachiever.

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