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THE WEBINAR HAS ENDED

Assistive Technology
and Dyslexia

Myles Pilling

Facilitator

January 13, 2023

01:00 PM GMT

Technology is an incredibly powerful tool in our lives. It plays an even bigger role when it is used to enhance and assist the lives of those who experience difficulties in living their daily lives independently.

Not getting the right assistance can often lead to stressful situations and underperformance in many areas of life. This can have severe consequences in the long term. So how do you figure out which assistive technology might be best suited for your needs as a dyslexic?

In this webinar, we will be joined by Myles Pilling, an ICT SEN specialist and consultant. With over 30 years of experience in the education industry.

Myles will walk us through the types of assistive technology available and how they can help those with dyslexia enhance their life and workplace conditions to better succeed in life.

Make sure to join us to find out more about assistive technology and get your questions answered by an expert!

In this webinar you will learn:

Self Assessment
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An understanding of Assistive Technology in the UK

dyslexia research
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Knowing how Assistive Technology can help people with Dyslexia

contrast thinking
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Know the Assistive Technology tools that can make a difference

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About Myles Pilling

Myles Pilling is an ICT SEND specialist and consultant with over 30 years of experience in the education sector. He has worked for a local authority as an ICT SEN advisor for 10 years and now runs his own assessment, consultancy and training company “AccessAbility Solutions”. Myles works mainly in the education sector with cross-overs to other sectors such as adult services for people with learning disabilities. Finally, Myles is a council member for BATA, a part-time external lecturer for Bath Spa University on their MA Dyslexia course and a SEND Consultant for Tablet Academy.

AccessAbility Solutions’s mission is to provide support and advice to individuals and organisations who may have experienced life changing events that mean they need assistive technology. They focus on the individual by working around what they need and want to achieve. We do not impose solutions on individuals or organisations but work with them in a positive and purposeful way. We ensure they get the best out of their assistive technology with on-going support.

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