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Irlen screener & mom is excited by her “magic glasses” by Roger Wheaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Migraine & Headaches The Verdict is in. Irlen Rocks. I have been doing Irlen Screenings for 2-3 years now, and seeing amazing results with my students and myself while using careful ... Read on »
An explanation of Irlen Syndrome by Helen Irlen by Roger Wheaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Migraine & Headaches as a guest presenter on a South American radio program titled “Color Lumenaries’ RadioBlog – March 31, 2012 I want to thank Luminaries for the opportunity to ... Read on »
Why I have been unable to post for some time by Roger Wheaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Migraine & Headaches I hope to be able to return to publishing to this blog perhaps by March 2011, but I have been in serious pain in my legs and back. Hopefully a treatment plan beginning ... Read on »
This Image Has Always Held Importance For Me: I Wished So Long Someone Would Reach Out To Me by Roger Wheaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Migraine & Headaches I needed some help with what I didn’t realize was a visual perception disorder called Irlen Syndrome. It was fixable, but the help didn’t come until I was 56. Read on »
New Way to Use Brain Scans Help ID Autism by Roger Wheaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Migraine & Headaches Spotting autism's shape in the brain Updated: Friday, 02 Sep 2011, 10:01 PM EDT Published : Friday, 02 Sep 2011, 7:01 PM EDT William Hudson (CNN) - Diagnosing auti ... Read on »
I Just Watched a 60 Minutes Broadcast Showing Ben Foss’s Intel Reader for Dyslexics Like Him by Roger Wheaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Migraine & Headaches Ben Foss Director of Access Technology Intel Digital Health Group Ben Foss is Director of Access Technology at the Intel Digital Health Group where he leads a tea ... Read on »
Spotting Autism’s Unique Shape in the Brain by Roger Wheaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Migraine & Headaches Spotting autism’s unique shape in the brain willyhud Friday, 6:15 PM Diagnosing autism is not easy.  Doctors currently diagnose autism in children by obser ... Read on »
Struggling To Read: The Irlen Method May Be The Answer by Roger Wheaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Migraine & Headaches This is a testimonial posted by a teacher on the Internet Struggling To Read: The Irlen Method May Be The Solution I consider myself the luckiest person in the ... Read on »
Mom Describes Amazing Vision Improvement With Irlen Correction by Roger Wheaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Migraine & Headaches Posted on June 14th, 2011 by  KathyJohnson   Hi Kathy, Just wanted to give you a little update about A.  We went yesterday to Ottaw ... Read on »
Please read this typical success story of a young man who received his Irlen spectral filters by Roger Wheaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Migraine & Headaches “Kevin, age 16, is in regular class public school, a struggling C-D student. He reports that text in columns moves, one marching up the page and the next one marching dow ... Read on »
Mom is happy that her daughters stomach upset after school ended after receiving her Irlen tinted... by Roger Wheaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Migraine & Headaches Date: Sun, December 12, 2010 12:55 pm To: “Irlen Directors’ Chatline”  Hi Directors, I know that we all have a huge stash of client testimonials which give us ... Read on »
A Sister in Colorado tells how her new Irlen tinted lenses changed her life. by Roger Wheaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Migraine & Headaches The sister in this video link explains that her Irlen tinted lenses enabled her to finally see people, reading, and objects as they really are for the first time. And now ... Read on »
Success helping a victim of Stargardt’s Disease by Roger Wheaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Migraine & Headaches I recently tinted a 21 year old college student who was diagnosed with Stargardt’s disease at 16 years of age when her vision suddenly significantly deteriorated.  Even w ... Read on »
Finally, success after resolving Irlen Syndrome for this schoolgirl by Roger Wheaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Migraine & Headaches My daughter Chris, did great in school, but when she read aloud, she did so in a halting, slow way. She skipped words and lines and mixed words up. I mentioned it to every ... Read on »
A Wonderful Success Story I Would call “From Seizures to Serenity” by Chris Abdouch by Roger Wheaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Migraine & Headaches Dear Helen Irlen I would like to take the time to thank you and to show you my gratitude for inventing the Irlen method. Your Irlen Spectral Filters for my glasses ha ... Read on »
I encourage you to get ahold of “The Irlen Revolution” the updated book by Helen... by Roger Wheaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Migraine & Headaches The Library Journal Review of the Irlen Revolution which appeared in the June 2010 issue Don’t miss out. Get your copy of the Irlen Revolution now. Irlen, Helen. T ... Read on »
Using functional brain imaging for an improved understanding of Irlen Syndrome by Roger Wheaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Migraine & Headaches TOWARD AN AUTHENTIC DIAGNOSTIC IMPRESSION USING CLINICAL COMPOSITES AND FUNCTIONAL BRAIN IMAGING FOR AN IMPROVED UNDERSTANDING OF IRLEN SYNDROME R ... Read on »
If you wonder why I am so excited that I was given depth perception when I received my Irlen... by Roger Wheaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Migraine & Headaches Now I see 3-dimensionally! When I read words I can read in phrases instead of only perceiving one word or part of a long word at a glance. I had no idea that it is normal ... Read on »
USA Today reports how many USA adults cannot read by Roger Wheaton Posted in: Blog Posts in Migraine & Headaches usatoday.com A long-awaited federal study finds that an estimated 32 million adults in the USA about one in seven are saddled with such low literacy skills ... Read on »