The developments in technology make dealing with dyslexia possible. E-readers are great because you can customize the font size and the amount of text that is displayed - which can help readers focus. Foss also recommends recording pens - Livescribe manufactures the Smartpen. "These pens can hold up to two hundred hours of audio and are compatible with both PCs and Macs, as well as a variety of smart phones. It also has a number of embedded functions that can be helpful to dyslexics," said Foss.