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Irlen Screening
Irlen Screening

Irlen screening from a certified evaluator

Irlen Syndrome is a visual perception problem corrected by use of color tinted lenses or color overlays for reading. Certified Irlen screeners are educators who are trained to identify Irlen Syndrome and determine which colored plastic overlay will most improve reading capabilities.

The symptoms often associated with Irlen Syndrome include:

  • light sensitivity
  • problems with high gloss white materials
  • poor reading abilities
  • attention deficit
  • strain or fatigue
  • poor depth perception
  • headaches

What to do if you don’t know

If an individual exhibits some of these symptoms, you may want to discuss the benefits of screening. Sally Brockett is a Certified Irlen Screener and can diagnose an individual who may be affected by Irlen Syndrome.

To learn more about Irlen Syndrome visit the Irlen Institute website – it has an abundance of reliable information on symptoms and treatment.

If you would like to discuss your specific situation with a certified expert now, use our contact form or call Sally Brockett directly at (203) 234-7401.

Research Study Currently in Progress At IDEA Training Center

Individuals may be asked to participate in a study Sally Brockett is conducting in collaboration with Irlen Institute. Participation is optional and personal identifying information is kept confidential.

Irlen Related Websites

The Irlen Institute
Best and most informative resource online

Helen Irlen
An interview with the expect who literally wrote the book on it. 

The Light Barrier
understanding the mystery of Irlen Syndrome and light-based reading difficulties.

Example Images
get a sense of what it looks like

Online Support Group
A Yahoo! online community chat area

My World Is Not Your World
Story with first hand account of overcoming

Autism Society

Lens Users Describe their Experience