After getting into an argument with a friend about the use/existence of the Comic Sans font, he said that it is one of the few typefaces that virtually eliminates confusion among dyslexics.
It appears others have the same opinion. Many sources present anecdotal evidence such as:
Most significant of all, it has become highly regarded by those who work with dyslexic children - one of the better uses for which it was never intended.
Source: BBC News Magazine
Does Comic Sans really fix the problem dyslexics have reading printed material?