At Aventido we are fully aware of the challenges of studying or working associated with poor working memory and the literacy difficulties that come from being neurodiverse.
With a number of our colleagues being neurodiverse it is helpful to get a sense of how the technology that we talk about meets these different challenges, especially as our team members often use the technology to help them out with day-to-day tasks.
James Wright recently joined Aventido and is responsible for marketing Lightkey, a real-time spelling and grammar checker that is designed to meet the needs of those who are neurodiverse and who are looking to improve written accuracy as well as productivity. James, who is dyslexic, quickly started to tell us all about how Lightkey has been helpful to him.
James recently delivered a webinar about his experience of dyslexia and the impact that using Lightkey has had on him.
Interestingly James talks about the major benefit being how it helps with poor working memory, a difficulty that a lot of people who are neurodiverse experience.
We recorded the webinar and are excited to share it with you below:
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