Weekly roundup: dyslexia

Headlines

Prince Carl Philip of Sweden. Source: Wikicommons.

Prince Carl Philip of Sweden. Source: Wikicommons.

People.com ran an oft-shared article this week featuring none other than Prince Carl Philip of Sweden. The reason? The prince is dyslexic and spoke up for those with the learning difference by saying nothing makes him sadder…

than when someone’s considered stupid because of their dyslexia.”

The prince is patron of the Dyslexia Association of Sweden. Read more.

Resources

Dyslexia Help over at the University of Michigan website has this great resource: a listing of apps for dyslexia and learning disabilities. Browse through this vetted collection of applications that can help students with dyslexia. If you try any please come back and report your favorites in the comments!