I've been working on this RCA Galileo Pro 11.5" 32GB 2-in-1 Tablet  for 
a friend at a local community college.
My Wife and I are helping him learn how to use Android so he can be of
more help to their growing number of students who are using android tablets.
The friend told me right now his focus is on finding apps that he can
suggest to his students with a learning disability to use on their
tablets. He wants to introduce them to the app and start the training on
his tablet, then he'll pass along the link if the student wants to give
it a try.
I'll have the same my app list maker that I use for posting links on my
blog installed on the tablet, so that isn't the hard part.
Any ideas for apps? So far I've got Eyes Free Reader and Simple Flash
Cards from the same author installed.
How about something for reading aka speaking pdf or other documents?
I'm open to suggestions.
Btw my friend that we are helping is also blind, so it'd be great if the
suggested apps work well with TalkBack as well.
Thanks,
Steve
Twitter @blindbites
Blog blindbites.com
email year cancer survivor & 6 year obesity survivor
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Steve Clark 's gravatar image asked Apr 1 2017 at 10:51 in Eyes-Free by Steve Clark

1 Answers

I work a fair bit with people with different types of cognitive and
learning disabilities with my work.
With LD you want things that change the presentation or highlight it.
4 general categories:
A) writing aids & spelling aids
http://www.ghotit.com/dyslexia-app-for-android
B) reading aids
C) organising and visualising tools
mind mapping -
http://xslab.com/2014/02/10-great-mind-mapping-apps-for-android/
D) note taking
space too
Also check out
http://www.techpotential.net/attoolbox
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Jeffrey Stark 's gravatar image answered Apr 1 2017 at 12:10 by Jeffrey Stark