There isn't a specific program for dyscalculia (math) as there is for dyslexia BUT the same methods can be used to get great results. STRONGLY encourage you to check out the how to's and resources found on Literacy Nest's post here: https://www.theliteracynest.com/2018/11/multisensory-math.html
Manipulatives are simply objects that can be moved, an integral part of multi-sensory learning. Math Geek Mama has a great list you can find here: https://mathgeekmama.com/free-online-math-manipulatives/
I encourage you to incorporate these as much as possible and subscribe to Mama's emails, they are amazing!
Math Geek Mama has compiled a great list of digital and printable math resources, some are free, some for a fee.
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