You don't want your child to fall behind, do you? And you also don't want lower standard requirements that ultimately don't help your child. To avoid these problems, we have developed a special dyslexia version, so that your child is supported and guaranteed to achieve the same result as all other children. Children with dyslexia also learn touch typing in 20 weeks if they practice 20 minutes at a time 5 times a week and can therefore achieve at least X number of strokes per minute. And the best part is that they also have fun doing it.

For children with dyslexia, touch typing is a huge advantage. They can then use a laptop at home or in the classroom. With the advantage:

Hello there! I'm a bike courier in everyday life and a novice actor in the evenings, and this is my site. I live in Los Angeles, have a nice dog named Jack and I like piña coladas. (And get caught in the rain.)

...or something like this:

The XYZ Doohickey Company was founded in 1971 and has been providing quality doohickeys to the public ever since. Based in Gotham City, XYZ employs over 2,000 people and does all kinds of great things for the community in Gotham.

As a new WordPress user you can go to your dashboard go to delete this page and add new pages for your content. Lots of fun!

  • The handwriting, often difficult to read, is no longer a stumbling block.
  • Typing can produce more text.
  • Fewer spelling mistakes by using spell check.
  • Higher self-confidence with text.
  • A diploma in Computer Typing like any other. No distinction is made on the diploma. Everyone can use the dyslexia version, even without a dyslexia statement.
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Scientifically researched

Dyslexia specialists have helped adapt various forms of exercise from the regular course. To make the training for a child with dyslexia also pleasant, there is a dyslexia variant of TypeTopia.

A special Dyslexia font is used in this version for the exercises and test questions. Dyslexic readers make fewer reading errors than when they read a text in Arial.

We regularly hear from parents that their dyslexic child has made enormous progress after going through the TypeTopia dyslexia version. It's great that it has now been scientifically proven that the course works.

Romer van Bavel, director of TopiaTeam BV

What is different about the dyslexia version?

The special font Dyslexia

TypeTopia is the only provider to include the Dyslexie font in its online practice forms. The usefulness of this font has been scientifically proven in studies by the University of Twente and the University of Amsterdam. Dyslexic readers make fewer reading errors than when they read a text in Arial. There are also other fonts for dyslexia, but their effect has not been scientifically studied.

When purchasing the dyslexia version of TypeTopia, you will receive the right to use this font for one year free of charge. Texts in Word, for example, are easier to read.

Magnified view of the letters

Do the trial lesson with dyslexia settings

We also have a trial lesson that can be done with dyslexia institutions. That is different from the standard on the website.

First you create a free account. Then you change the settings. Then your child will take the second free trial lesson.

  1. create an account
  2. Change settings: Log in to TypeTopia > First name student (top right) > My data > Accessibility > check Increased accessibility > Save.
  3. Click on the first tile (free trial lesson 2).
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Touch typing

Learning to type with ten fingers is very different from learning to touch typing.

With touch typing, you no longer have to think about where the letters are on the keyboard. Like a pianist, your child types the lyrics without looking at the keys. And that goes super fast.

Touch typing

Learning to type with ten fingers is very different from learning to touch typing.

With touch typing, you no longer have to think about where the letters are on the keyboard. Like a pianist, your child types the lyrics without looking at the keys. And that goes super fast.