A specially designed font that makes it easy for people with mild to moderate dyslexia to read. But it does not irritate people without specific difficulties.
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to facilitate


Adys is the first font for people with dyslexia in Cyrillic. It serves the languages of Western, Central and Eastern Europe – it contains Latin and Cyrillic language tables, as well as many mathematical signs and symbols. This makes it suitable for creating training materials for all ages. And it is especially important for the youngest readers. Adys font contains Bulgarian form of Cyrillic.
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For dyslexics

for teachers



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for Dyslexia

Dyslexia is a condition in which the human brain processes visual information differently. It is not related to the level of general intelligence of the individual and is not a prerequisite or condition for poor learning outcomes.
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Created with Adys

The Adys font finds a place in many book editions, both for young readers and for older ones. Adys has been used in the preparation of various training materials, as well as in the visual communication of some sites and events.
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Adys font testing

In the 2018/2019 school year, a test was conducted for the effectiveness of the Adys font as an assistive technology in teaching children with dyslexia. The study was led by resource teacher and PhD student Teodora Yaramova

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Adys Regular and Bold font
free package
full Adys font package
Game with MAIN Cyrillic letters
free resource
Game with small Cyrillic letters
free resource



So far I have used the font in language courses, in which courses I have had people with dyslexia. Fun it was when I changed the font of the textbook and the dyslexic he began to read to everyone's surprise. And people without dyslexia stopped confusing "rn" with "m" and the like.
Anton Caro
I'm mostly planning on using this with my Kindle. I installed the free download from your site and used it there, and it really does make a world of di„erence in a way that I can't quite describe. I think maybe the best way I could describe it is that the text seems more stable. I don't feel like I have to chase the text as much with this font, if that makes any sense.
Joshua Bailey