Coloured Filters to Assist those with Dyslexia

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On this project they used different reading aids to assist dyslexic people with one example of this being coloured filters over paper.

Because of this realisation they now incorporate coloured filters on the hoarding for ease of reading of the project newsletter which in turn helps them to be more inclusive for those with hidden disabilities.

They have also decided to use coloured acrylic on their vision panels as this may also be more comforting for those around them. They have chosen the colours following a month by month charity plan that they have put in place on site.

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