Irlen syndrome, occasionally referred to as scotopic sensitivity syndrome (SSS), is a condition relating to the interaction with light of the central nervous system and the eyes at a physiological level.
- Print looks different.
- Environment looks different.
- Slow or inefficient reading.
- Poor comprehension.
- Eye strain.
- Difficulty with math computation.
Irlen Syndrome Affects:
- 12-14% of the general population
- 46% of individuals with reading and learning difficulties
- 33% with ADHD
- 33% with autism
- 55% with head injury, concussion or whiplash