Color perception and Irlen Syndrome - 11 year old passes color perception test for the first time
Do you argue what color something is? Is it difficult to identify shades of color? Do some pastel colors look faded/white? Do bright colors hurt your eyes? Have you failed a color perception test?
If you have answered YES to any of these questions you may have IRLEN SYNDROME, which is a visual processing difficulty, and if so could be helped with a precise, individualized color worn as glasses.
McKenzye is 11 years old and came to the Krist Irlen Clinic (Houston/Galveston) to see if Irlen glasses could help with her migraines, tendency to “zone out” and her eye condition of ‘spasm of accommodation’ and enlarged pupils.
During the Filter Diagnostic session her mother also explained that McKenzye cannot identify colors correctly and has NEVER passed a color perception test. It even turned out that she saw white as pink! Now Irlen colored glasses are designed to be ‘color balanced’ so whatever color the glasses look to the observer ‘white is white’ to the person wearing them and all colors are seen correctly.
Not only did we find an Irlen color combination that helped McKenzye identify colors correctly for the very FIRST time, but it also resulted in her pupils decreasing in size and her reading becoming accurate and fluent. Usually she has to have everything read to her as the words disappear and she only sees the bright, white page.
Please watch the VIDEO to see mom do the COLOR PERCEPTION test with McKenzye!