Today is the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, with this year’s theme being “empowering persons with disabilities and ensuring inclusiveness and equality." UN Secretary-General, António Guterres has called for us to use this day to “reaffirm our commitment to work together for a better world that is inclusive, equitable and sustainable for everyone.”
Whether your interest in WordQ, or the other tools in the Quillsoft software suite, is for use in the classroom, or in a post-secondary or professional environment, there’s no denying the fact that WordQ does empower persons with disabilities. Regardless of whether it is a physical disability or a learning disability, WordQ is an incredible tool to level the playing field when it comes to reading and writing.
We’ve written in the past here on the Quillsoft blog about how WordQ can be a game changer for people with learning difficulties like Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, ADHD, and more, but what we haven’t talked enough about is how fantastic our assistive technology is for people with physical disabilities. Enter long time WordQ user, Justin.
With Quillsoft’s new WordQ 5 with ThoughtQ technology, you really can learn something new every day. The groundbreaking in-document research tool helps writers expand on ideas and take their research to exciting new places.
October isn’t just about fall, pumpkins, Halloween, shorter days and longer nights. October is also International Dyslexia Awareness Month. Did you know that according to Dyslexia International, at least one in ten people have Dyslexia, which means that there are over 700 million people around the world that are struggling with this, the most common form of learning difficulty?