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Category: Cognitive Disabilities

See-N-Read Reading Tools, Model CE1035

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See-N-Read Reading Tools are designed for use by individuals with reading, cognitive and learning disabilities. It helps readers to focus on and remember the written word. These reading tools help readers to concentrate on and track the text being read to them while transitioning between the words that come before or after, thus helping to increase fluency and comprehension.

Book Size Reading Tool: Offers a reading window surrounded by a non-glare tinted transparent finish that helps readers to focus on chunks of information in each line of text The reference point helps control eye movements and aids in word-to-word and line-to-line eye tracking. Provides a clear reference point to help make smooth eye movements across the text on a page, enhancing retention of information

eSee-N-Read Electronic Reading and Instruction Tool for PCs:  Enhances on-screen reading experience by highlighting information in a clear reading window  Promotes faster and easier reading of on-screen books, documents, spreadsheets, even standardized tests Highlight on-screen information while filtering distractions such as internet ads Works with interactive whiteboards and projectors

Technical Specifications: 

Size:  5.5 inches x 3 inches

Available

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Price: 
22.45
as of: 
05/15/2015
See-N-Read Reading Tools

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Health Products For You
Health Products For You Organization Type: 
Distributor
Address: 
82 North Street
6810 Danbury , CT United States
Phone: 866-316-0162
Fax: 203-616-2851
Connecticut US
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
203-616-2850
Web Address: 
http://www.healthproductsforyou.com
 
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