I find dyslexia fonts fascinating. I would love to use them, not because I have dyslexia, but because in making the fonts readable for those with dyslexia, the fonts are made very pleasant and readable to others. Unfortunately, many of these have restrictions, or are not affordable for an individual. I am making an alternative: OpenDyslexic.
OpenDyslexic is a free open source font. It is based on Bitstream Vera Sans,
and licensed under a CC license. Even though this font has a way to go, you can download it and use it today. You can use it as a system font. You can use it on your website. You can use @font-face. You don’t have to try to keep it from others. You can package it with an ebook reader. I’d love to hear how this is being used.
Download on https://opendyslexic.org