I have been looking at these fonts but can't say how good these are for use in documents that dyslexic people read. Here they are:

Are these good fonts? Thank you for reviewing and assessing these.

Dr. Pierson's Response: 

The latest edition (April 2018) of the Annals of Dyslexia, which is the journal published by the International Dyslexia Association, just published a research article on fonts. The title of the article is "Dyslexie font does not benefit reading in children with or without dyslexia". The authors (Kuster, van Weerdenburg, Gompel, & Bosman) compared 3 fonts -- Dyslexie, which was developed for dyslexics and purported as the "new font", Arial, and Times New Roman -- to determine effects on reading. There was no improvement in reading based on the use of the Dyslexie font versus the other two fonts. The authors also noted that participants preferred Arial and Times New Roman fonts. The authors concluded that "...the Dyslexie font neither benefits nor impedes the reading process of children with and without dyslexia" (p. 25).

Therefore, relative to your question I would surmise that whichever font a person prefers is the one to use. But, dyslexics should know that using a prefered font will not improve reading skills. This thinking is along the same, misinformed reasoning that dyslexia is a visual disorder. It is not. My colleague Dr. Lauren Katz and I have each written about this misperception.

The way to improve reading, according to the International Dyslexia Association, is through structured literacy intervention.