Dyslexia Bar – Reading Help

The dyslexia bar is a low-cost, 3D-printed handheld tool that isolates text on a page so readers can focus on reading one or two lines at a time. This reading bar can be used on flat documents and sheets of paper. Currently, there are two versions of this tool: one with a small reading window and one with a large reading window.

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Maker Attribution: The Dyslexia Bar was created by Makers Making Change. The files can be found here for the Dyslexia Bar Reading Help.

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Tom DiAgostino

Tom is the Outreach and Training Coordinator at TechOWL. Before starting at TechOWL in 2019, Tom worked as an English Teacher through the Fulbright Commission in Uruguay as well as a Social Worker and Spanish interpreter in the foster care system in North Philadelphia. As a person with dyslexia, Tom is passionate about readability and website accessibility. Along with managing TechOWL’s social media platforms, Tom also co-leads the Fabrication program CreATe together and assists with managing the TechOWL website.

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