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NikiNiki
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I bought a font called open dyslexic a while back which has weighted bottoms to the letters, which helps distinguish b and d.
I think the main thing is to be sans seriph, and comic sans is a good example as it’s a ‘large’ font with larger letters, and wider line definitely spacing helps.

I do think it’s important to occasionally meet the curly a and g as part of beginning reading though!