RapDys, a technology supported by Erganeo, takes advantage of the research conducted by a team of scientists from the Université Libre de Bruxelles and the CNRS on language disorders, and allows the treatment of certain patients through a re-education program of about fifteen sessions.
Dyslexia affects about 7% of the population, especially children aged 6 to 11. A new type of re-education through the use of a software, RapDys, could be the solution to help some of the patients. It takes advantage of research on language disorders conducted by a team from the Université Libre de Bruxelles and CNRS Université Paris Cité.
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