Recite Me helps with employability

A software tool levels the playing field for people with a range of disabilities.

A software tool developed by a businessman with dyslexia is helping to level the playing field for people with a range of disabilities, who are looking for employment. Recite Me was first developed by Ross Linnett back in 2004 after he was diagnosed with dyslexia on leaving university. The software was developed by Arch, a digital agency founded by Linnett, based in the...

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