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Don’t forget to check if your optimum Irlen color has changed!
In just the same way you get your Rx (eye prescription) checked each year, in case your EYES HAVE CHANGED, it is recommended that you get your Irlen color (worn in glasses) checked, in case YOUR BRAIN CHANGES.
Nov. 18, 2020

Problems copying off the whiteboard?
Does it take you forever? Lose your place? Letters seem to move or fade? The white is so bright it hurts your eyes or gives you a headache? You may have IRLEN SYNDROME which is a visual processing disorder that makes you particularly sensitive to black text on a white page.
Nov. 03, 2020

Problems working under bright lights at work or on a computer?
Problems with work performance when using a computer, phone or checking documents? Does working under bright lights make things worse? You may have a visual processing disorder called Irlen Syndrome.
Sept. 15, 2020

The Irlen Institute

Raising awareness of Irlen Synrome!

Everything you should know about Irlen Syndrome. #irlensyndrome #awareness #brainhealth #Reading #Learn #migraine

Do bright or fluorescent lights bother you?

Irlen Syndrome isn't a reading problem says the latest research:

Fascinating new findings about how color changes the brain: #isaw2020 #brain #research…

Hey Julie! My son’s teacher sent me an email I wanted to share with you. He's had his Irlen colored lenses less than two weeks and already progressed from beginning of Kindergarten reading to beginning of 1st Grade. ITS HUGE! He couldn't really read at all because he couldn't see. Thank you again so so much!

Mom of 7 year old

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.


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