Our unique online literacy intervention called 'Decipha' is based on evidence that children with reading problems often struggle with tasks that involve working memory and processing, but have relative strengths in knowledge and facts.
Dyscalculia is a condition that affects the ability of young people to gain arithmetic and number skills. There is a co-concurrence with dyslexia although not all children with dyslexia have problems with number. In our work with young people with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy we have found a high risk of maths and number problems.
Our Decipha team can offer an IT assessment and training and support for developing IT skills.