For the latest news from CALL Scotland, please see their blog from the link below.
Particularly useful is the free software for use at home.
Here is an update from CALL about recent resources they been developing.
We have updated the poster 'ChromeBook Apps and Extensions for Learners with Dyslexia' (from a wall of apps to a wheel): https://www.callscotland.org.uk/downloads/posters-and-leaflets/chromebook-apps-and-extensions-for-learners-with-dyslexia/
There's a new poster on the brilliant VI accessibility tools in Windows 10: www.callscotland.org.uk/downloads/posters-and-leaflets/using-windows-10-accessibility-tools-to-support-learners-with-visual-difficulties/
There are some fantastic new Bookbug symbolised resources (Primary 1 family bag) on the Symbols for All section of the CALL website: https://www.symbolsforall.org.uk/bookbug/primary1-pack/
And we have a new Word Prediction guide - hot off the press - to download: https://www.callscotland.org.uk/downloads/books/a-guide-to-word-prediction/
Kathleen Morrison from Fife Council has demonstrated the excellent OneNote resource as part of the CALL webinar programme 'Supporting ASN Learners: Fife's Innovative Use of OneNote Notebooks as a 'one Stop Shop' for Information and Resources' not to be missed!!!: https://www.callscotland.org.uk/professional-learning/webinars/WEB156/
Call Scotland have information and advice pages for specific additional support needs
Autistic Spectrum Conditions
Communication Support Needs
Physical Support Needs
Severe and Complex Needs
In addition, they have a variety of courses, webinars and other training events available