Visual dyslexia is defined by visual problems that make reading difficult.
The See Right Dyslexia Glasses address visual problems that make reading difficult. The benefit offered by the See Right Dyslexia Glasses is defined by eliminating the visual problems that make reading difficult for those that can describe a visual problem that makes reading difficult.
Irlen syndrome is closely associated with precision tinted lenses selected by individual evaluation. It has a much broader claims that includes many other conditions than reading problems.
Because success with tinted lenses is so ill defined for reading problems and success can be claimed as soon as someone says they prefer one color over another, I don't use the term.
For example some statistics claim 60% of the population has Irlen syndrome that could benefit from specific tinted lenses. These claims have been extended to also include ADD and ADHD. Specific expected benefits with precision tinted lenses are not defined for an individual with a specific problem and there is no guarantee that they will have their problem removed.
The guarantee is this: You may return the See Right Dyslexia Glasses for any reason for 60 days in reasonable condition for a return of all the money you paid for them including shipping if shipping was paid.
The refund will be made in the same manner as it was paid. Credit card purchases will show as a credit on your credit card bill. Electronic checks will be refunded to the bank account.
You will be responsible for paying for return shipping.
If a dyslexic can describe a visual problem or problems that makes reading difficult the See Right Dyslexia Glasses will remove those described visual problems.
Secondary problems that result from visual problems such as poor reading speed, spelling, accuracy and comprehension will be improved.
Not all visual dyslexics have only visual problems. Those that have auditory and/or neurobiological problems will continue to have those problems and need to seek alternate interventions in addition to the See Right Dyslexia Glasses.
By filtering out all the wavelengths that adversely affect all visual dyslexics the See Right Dyslexia Glasses are able to remove all the different visual problems without needing to determine which wavelength affects a particular visual dyslexic.
This is a much more rational approach than trying to determine a particular color for a particular dyslexic because there was never a scientific reason to assume that only one specific color adversely affected a particular visual dyslexic.
The first mistake is the assumption that only one specific color is going to help a specific visual dyslexic. Granted that sometimes a specific color is determined for each eye resulting in having 2 different colored lenses for a specific dyslexic but even then only one color is selected for each eye.
The second mistake is how the first mistake determines the method. Because the evaluation is only looking for one color, the question asked is " Do you prefer this color over the last color? ". Several colors may be selected as being better than the last but those selected colors are discarded because the goal is the single best color.
The third mistake is limiting the evaluation to the colored part of the spectrum when much of the problem causing wavelengths are in the IR and UV wavelengths that can be phase shifted into the visible by autofluorescence of proteins.
It is never asked if the problems that made reading difficult are removed.
Being a poor reader does not even mean that someone is dyslexic or has a learning disability.
There are many reasons someone may be a poor reader. The most common reason someone is a poor reader is because of inadequate instruction in school. Some schools have 30-70 % poor readers ( as defined as reading below their grade level) that can only be explained by factors that the See Right Dyslexia Glasses do not address.
Most dyslexics have word processing problems that are due to language processing problems that also involve speech. Dyslexics without visual problems that make reading difficult for them will see no benefit from the See Right Dyslexia Glasses.
Some dyslexics do have both word processing and visual problems. These dyslexics will benefit from from using the See right Dyslexia Glasses to remove their visual problems so that they do not have to battle the difficulties caused by both language processing differences and visual problems.
A visual dyslexic is someone who can describe a visual problem that makes reading difficult. The See Right Dyslexia Glasses will remove all described visual problems allowing for normal reading or the development of normal reading skills.
Poor depth perception in visual dyslexics occcurs when the visual problems are different in either eye so the brain does not have similar images to compare.
See Right Dyslexia Glasses remove all the visual problems from both eyes allowing the eyes to see the same image. This removes the cause of the poor depth perception.
Dyslexics in general have a higher rate of poor depth perception than the general population. Only the See Right Dyslexia Glasses have a 100% success rate in restoring normal depth perception to dyslexics.