Soundfield and dyslexia

Children with dyslexia have trouble with reading and writing. Doing two things at a same time, isn’t something a dyslectic child can do automatically. Children with dyslexia also find it difficult to link sound and sign (recognize and writing letters) and direct word recognition (technical reading).

Auditive discrimination
These children have problems with processing speechsounds. This is called “auditive discrimination”. To support these pupils as good as possible, the soundfield sysem can be used. Children will, when soundfield is used,  hear every word that is spoken and learn effortless. It’s much easier fort hem to concentrate and understand the teacher because sounds are clear.