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Irlen Screenings via Video-Conferencing
Working from home on the computer? Children trying to complete on-line school work? Homeschooling challenges at this time?
Mar. 30, 2020Read more...

Accident prone? Clumsy? Knock things over? Lose your balance?
All of these issues could arise due to a visual processing difficulty called Irlen Syndrome. Irlen Syndrome is not to do with the structure of the eye, which can be ‘perfect’, but the signal that goes from the eye to the brain that gets ‘distorted’.
Mar. 12, 2020Read more...

Irlen lenses can help with 3D vision and visual snow
Is what you see ‘normal’? What’s your 3D vision like? Do you see ‘static’ or ‘dots’ in the environment or on things?
Feb. 27, 2020Read more...

The Irlen Institute

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Irlen in the news. Thank you to Irlen Screener, Kelly Matheny, and the Prattville Lions Club in Alabama for all of… https://t.co/6686mXRt4U

"Spectral filtering can be an effective tool for helping many young patients who experience visual–perceptual disto… https://t.co/E3lofjZVt6


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Julie, he has been reading 30 minutes every night with his overlay to work on his comprehension. I cannot tell you how huge this is. Prior to meeting with you last week he has never voluntarily read anything. We are thrilled! What a difference meeting you has made. Thank you.

18 year old’s mom

Welcome to the Irlen Clinic at the Krist Samaritan Center, Houston! Our mission is to spread awareness of Irlen Syndrome, and alleviate symptoms in those that suffer from this difficulty. We want you to be able to see real stories, and learn about how the Irlen Method has helped a wide variety of populations.

Self-Test

Try the questionnaires to find out if symptoms may be related to Irlen Syndrome.