We have an extensive range of assistive learning technology, each packed with features catering to specific literary and educational needs.
Creating Effective Collaboration
Helping get the conversation started about the support available for learners struggling to read can be tricky, so it’s important to be confident and ask the question ‘What help is being provided?’ The collaboration between schools, parents, carers, and educators is the catalyst needed to influence the review and implementation of appropriate resources. Our ReaderPen™ has proven to be a very successful device in schools around the world, helping create a positive experience for a young person’s approach and access to literacy.
Supporting a child with dyslexia or other neurodiverse challenges can be a daunting task. Parents and carers are often the first to recognize the signs of learning differences, so it’s important the necessary resources are available, and easily accessible. Scanning Pens is here to help every step of the way. We have a range of support to help nurture children’s literacy development and confidence, so they can progress alongside their peers. The journey to personal growth starts here.
Technology was more important than ever during the Covid-19 pandemic. Home schooling was mandatory for many schools across the country, so parents played an even bigger part of their children’s education than usual. With the lack of access to regular school resources, the need for alternative support became essential.
The ReaderPen™ was one such tool which gave children a way to read and study with confidence, wherever they were. They discovered a portable, easy to use alternative to a human helper, which scanned words and lines of text effortlessly.
Easy to use and suitable for children aged 6 years and older
Built-in dictionaries help build vocabulary
Compact design offers a subtle way to read in class without the need for a helper
Voice recorder allows individual learning objectives to be assigned by teachers
Exam lock feature offers a great alternative to a human reader when doing tests
The ReaderPen™ has been a lifesaver for parents. Here are some of the wonderful things they had to say about their experience.
“You’re a child with dyslexia, your just as engaged and interested in learning as the other kids, but with dyslexia sometimes it can trap it a little bit. The ReaderPenTM just allowed him to get through those texts without struggling and be a part of the class discussions.”
Wendy – Parent
“Trent is loving the ReaderPenTM! He's using it regularly for his homework now. I love the confidence it gives him when he's tackling grade level text. Thank you again!”
Brandi - Parent and Regional Director of Special Education, Kentucky
“Our 7-year-old daughter is dyslexic and this ReaderPen™ was absolutely one of the best purchases we ever made for her. She didn’t like to read, simply because at times it became difficult and overwhelming for her to even complete a sentence or a paragraph…The ReaderPen™ has given her great confidence and independence to help her grow!”
Learning at Home
section dedicated to fun and accessible educational games that parents can play with their kids at home. You can find a mixture of math, science, English and geography-based games so children are more confident than ever.