“I have been using the ReaderPen for a while with children who have disabilities, and it has helped make reading a fun task. They really enjoy it. I will pass on the experience to all the parents I meet. Thank you.”
Tanvi Pahwa, Researcher in Learning Disabilities
“Due to online classes, we could try with only one student in high school. The technology and products look very promising, and I hope when we come back to the physical set up, we can try with a larger group of students.”
V. Sampath, Special Educator, Valley School, Bangalore
“We have been using the scanning pen for our students who have a learning disability. From our experience we find out that it is helpful for students with a learning disability.”
Mary Helena, Consultant Psychologist, HICAT, Kerala
“The ReaderPen is a great tool to support reading in learning disabled children. We are running classes mostly online because of the pandemic, so teachers and few students have found the pen very helpful. This is really great technology. We have got the trial extended to try it out with more students and educators.”
Nancy S, Special Educator, London Learning Centre, New Delhi
“I am using the Reading pen and find it very interesting and helpful for children who struggle with reading. With practice a child can use it better to read properly. Nice gadget.”
Pawan Saini, Clinical Psychologist & Resource Person, Dehradun
" We got a few students to trial the Pen for extended periods. A student with impaired vision – she found it to be useful for reading text etc. EAL students found it useful as well, especially to look words up. The Technology is great and is quite helpful for our students."
Neelkamal Sihota - Key Stage 3 Leader at The British School, New Delhi
" We do have few students with dyslexia in our school and the ReaderPen has been very useful for them. We might order more in the future. It is a great tool for children with learning challenges."
Shruti R. Tank, Clinical Psychologist, Fravashi International Academy, Nashik
" I have used the ReaderPen, and I must say it is a brilliant piece of technology for severely challenged children with reading difficulties. I did like the recording aspect of it as it may work great with ADHD candidates in classroom settings or a child with Autism. I recommend this for older students in the middle and senior grade."
Papiya Banerjee – Special Educator
"We tried the ReaderPen with the trainees and found it helpful. The Pen would be very useful for providing support to children with learning challenges like dyslexia. I like how it can help in research and notes preparation as well as from multiple journals."
Betty Abraham – Department of Special Education at SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai
" The ReaderPen is definitely useful, and the children did use it. REACH has and will always be supportive of students irrespective of class...so we continue. We would love to own it."
Anuradha Patpatia, REACH School– Mumbai
" I have been treating children with specific learning disabilities for decades now. We tried the ReaderPen and liked how it helped students cope with reading issues. There should be Indian languages too, as having Hindi and Marathi specially in Mumbai would be great."
Bela Raja, Special Educator & Founder, Learning with LD, Mumbai
" We had the ReaderPen trial for a couple of months and got a few students to take them home and try them out. One of the students found it particularly supportive in reading and we have purchased the Pen."
Kausar Imran, Founder, Institute of Learning Methods, Nagpur
“I have purchased the ReaderPen and I’m using it for general reading. I love the voice notes feature as it allows me to record instructions I might usually forget. Very handy and the best part is no internet needed.”
A Pal, Customer
“We have got 4 ReaderPens and are happy using them for independent reading and for scanning from multiple documents.”
Krishna Das Maya, American School of Bombay