Do you have Irlen Syndrome? | Rebecca – Kent-Teach

Over 20 years ago, Helen Irlen, an American psychologist, began to study children and adults with learning disabilities and discovered a significant improvement in their reading ability when the page was covered with coloured acetate sheets. This lead to the discovery of a disorder involving the brain’s inability to process visual information – what is now known as Irlen syndrome. 
Today, Irlen syndrome diagnoses are common in children and adults with autistic spectrum disorders, largely because of the sensory processing issues that these individuals have; sensitivity to bright light, depth…

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