HAVING DIFFICULTY READING THIS?
This is what People with Dyslexia
experience while Reading.
So, What is Dyslexia?
How to Enroll for Individualized education program (IEP)?
If they have Dyslexia, they will need to be certified by a licensed psychologist in order to obtain the necessary paperwork to be assigned an Individualized Education Program (IEP) to get the help they need to learn in school.
It takes a long time for your child to be referred to the school psychologist.
A lot of time can pass before your child gets examined and by then they are very behind in the classroom.
A child that can’t read before grade 3 may become a high school dropout.
DOES YOUR CHILD REALLY HAVE DYSLEXIA?
Did you know there is a condition called
Intermittent Central Suppression (ICS)
that can have the same exact symptoms as Dyslexia?
Intermittent Central Suppression
Intermittent central suppression (ICS) is a defect in normal binocular (two-eyed) vision
that causes confusion in visual detail.
ICS is a repetitive intermittent loss of visual sensation in the central area of vision.
As the central vision of either eye "turns on and off", aiming errors in sight can occur
that must be corrected when both eyes are seeing again.
“Intermittent” suggests one of the major differences between ICS and strabismic suppression:
an ICS suppression is an “on and off” suppression.
“Central” refers to the central area of sight , i.e., not the peripheral vision.
Therefore, ICS is defined as a repetitive intermittent loss of central visual sensation
in the absence of an eye turn (strabismus) or amblyopia (classic lazy eye).
A person with ICS struggles with a constantly changing visual world.
The letters and words are always in motion.
This causes great difficulty in Reading, similar to Dyslexia.
DYSLEXIA OR ICS?
With so many signs and symptoms between
Dyslexia and Intermittent Central Suppression(ICS),
How can you know which is the root cause of your child’s reading problems?
Introducing N2 Reading’s Testing Glasses
You can test for this problem with a home test that takes about 90 seconds to complete.
That’s right! No time wasted!
And the test only costs about $30.
INTERMITTENT CENTRAL SUPPRESSION TREATMENT
N2 Reading Treatment Glasses
N2 Reading Treatment Glasses use Alternating Occlusion Therapy to treat ICS.
The person wears the occlusion goggles for one hour per day while performing near point activities, such as reading, writing, puzzles, coloring or tracing activities.
Do this daily for 30 to 40 days.
Wearing the device encourages or forces the alternating use of both eyes,
similar to eye patching, but rapidly alternating in time.
The aim is to circumvent the tendency to suppress the field of view of the weaker eye
and to train the capacity for binocular vision.