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Typ10 for students with dyslexia and other learning disorders:

The course is often given to children with special needs by therapists, coaches or SEN teachers. Thanks to the unique Typ10 approach many children with dyslexia, dyspraxia, DCD, ASD, or ADHD already learned successfully to touch type. On the online platform, additional support options are available alongside an adapted workbook for students with DLD, ASD and other learning difficulties. These features can be added to your order by sending an email to info@typ10.com. It can be used for the following:

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  • Children with dyslexia can often use specific reading software in the classroom. However, this is only possible if they can touch type. The Typ10 method appeals to imagination and images, which is often a strength in these children.

  • Children with fine motor difficulties often find it very difficult to write. Although they know what they want to write, their motor skills are delayed, and they have difficulties in putting their thoughts on paper. Working on a computer could be an alternative but they need to be able to touch type.

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  • Children with psychomotor difficulties such as DCD, dyspraxia, or lateralisation issues often find it challenging to get started with a classical touch-typing method. The pressure of having to type a certain number of keystrokes per minute is too demanding during the learning process. Typ10 is a suitable solution for them.

  • Children who require structure, such as children with ASD or ADHD, benefit from the unique Typ10 approach.
  • Moreover, learning to touch type is a valuable skill to learn in a society where it is becoming increasingly crucial to be computer literate. This is also the case for children who do not have any impairment or delay as well as for adults. With the Typ10 methodology, everyone can learn to touch type in a fun way and at their own pace.

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