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Nessy 9 Strengths of Dyslexia


Nessy has been making fun, educational software for children since 1999 and has developed a reputation for exceptional quality. Nessy offers the complete dyslexia aware solution with a suite of multisensory products aimed at making learning to read, write and spell fun.


Nessy is used globally by hundreds and thousands of teachers and students and is a 3 time winner at the prestigious Educational Resources Awards.


The Nessy Philosophy


Nessy believes that if children have fun then learning becomes more memorable. Where children play games the increased level of engagement leads to dramatic improvements.


Combine this philosophy with a highly structured, incremental system based on well-established Orton-Gillingham principles of learning and you can see the reason why academic results show such dramatic gains.


Nessy believes people with Dhaka are extremely bright, which is my belief system as well.



Picture Thinkers


People with dyslexia tend to think in pictures rather than words. Research at the University of California has demonstrated children with dyslexia have enhanced picture recognition memory.


Nineteenth-century French sculptor, Auguste Rodin, could stare at paintings in museums by day and paint them from memory at night. His dyslexia meant he could barely read or write by the age of 14, with his reading skills developing much later.


Nessy 9 Strengths of Dyslexia