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About Us

White Space has been a supplier of educational software for many years, continually revising and updating its programs to reflect best educational practice and to take into account feedback from users.

Both programs owe much to the advice and support of a great many specialists. In particular, thanks are due to members of the BDA who gave advice and comment in the early development of Wordshark. White Space is also grateful to the late Dr Bevé Hornsby for allowing certain word lists to be based on those of Alpha to Omega. Finally, the program owes much to the many children, parents, educational psychologists and teachers who have provided suggestions and ideas for improving the programs.

The Company’s stated aim is “To develop innovative, stimulating and flexible computer programs which assist the memory in acquiring literacy and numeracy: both with and without specialist teaching support. In particular to address the perceptual and conceptual difficulties likely to be found in dyslexia."

 

White Space is a member of BESA (the British Educational Suppliers Association) and subscribes to their code of practice.

 

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