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iReadMore is a new reading therapy app for improving single-word reading accuracy and speed.

 

It is for people with alexia or aphasia due to a stroke, brain injury or dementia.

 

Click here to start your free trial now!


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iReadMore adapts to your abilities, keeping the therapy relevant and challenging.

 

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All of our therapies are developed through years of dedicated research at UCL.

 

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iReadMore allows you to be in control of your own therapy and track your recovery.

 

Who is iReadMore for?

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How does iReadMore work?

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What will I need to get started

Mobile Phone or Tablet

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An account on the Apple App Store or Google Play Store

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iReadMore Research Summary

  • iReadMore therapy has been demonstrated to significantly improve reading speed in people with pure alexia (Woodhead et al., 2013) and central alexia/aphasia (Woodhead et al., 2018)
  • In the clinical trial of iReadMore, the average improvement in reading accuracy was 8.7% (Cohen's d = 1.38 - large effect size) for trained words. This improvement was maintained at a 3 month follow-up.
  • An analysis of MEG data revealed that iReadMore therapy significantly alters the brain network connectivity of stroke survivors (Kerry et al., 2019).
  • In an ongoing study, anonymised data from users of the therapy will be collected to evaluate the clinical effectiveness of the therapy and further our insights into reading rehabilitation.

To find out more about iReadMore research click here.


For further information: 

Please click here for iReadMore instructions and frequently asked questions (FAQs).

Or contact us at: ireadmore@ucl.ac.uk