TextHelp is a literacy, accessibility and dyslexia software developer for employees & students with reading and writing difficulties. Texthelp understand there’s a whole world of avid readers and fluent writers out there waiting for the right support. Texthelp assistive learning solutions help people of all ages achieve their potential by understanding, reading, writing and communicating with greater ease and confidence.
We’re Texthelp. From literacy to life.
Our technology helps people all over the world express themselves with greater confidence and fluency. From literacy to life.
Easy-to-use toolbar makes documents, files and web pages more accessible. Read&Write is a big confidence booster for anyone who needs a little support with their reading and writing, at school or in the workplace. Its friendly literacy features help English Language Learners, as well as people with dyslexia or other learning difficulties
Innovative support software that adds speech, reading, and translation to websites facilitating access and participation for people with Dyslexia, Low Literacy, English as a Second Language, and those with mild visual impairments
TextHelp Fluency Tutor
Great for time-stretched teachers, Fluency Tutor helps students of all ages and ability levels become more avid, engaged and confident readers. What’s more, it gives teachers a clear picture of every child’s reading attainment and progress over time
Highly flexible, cloud based, language and literacy support toolbar. This scalable, widely accepted software offers a suite of support fuctions to help improve student performance by making online courseware and learning systems more accessible
Takes the pain out of creating mathematical expressions digitally. Made to help mathematics and STEM teachers and students at all levels, EquatIO® lets everyone create mathematical equations, formulas, Desmos graphs and more on their computer or Chromebook
Measures the readability of your website. It highlights mature words based on our own unique research, and long sentences and jargon based on UK government guidelines