There are many great things about traditional books and ways of reading, but sometimes dyslexic people get more out of reading when they do it differently.

This can mean reading different types of books like graphic novels, reading books from a screen, listening to books, or reading magazines. Sometimes a mix of different ways of reading and traditional books is a huge help. It depends on the individual, but we have put together some advice about how these different ways of reading can help and how to access them.

The YouTube video below, Dyslexic Students Share Their Experience With Audiobooks from audiobook provider Learning Ally, explains some of the advantages of mixing listening to audiobooks with reading physical books.

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