Dyslexia (dis-LEK-see-ah) is a condition in which affected people struggle to grasp the meaning of written or printed words and sentences or to read more than a few lines with comprehensive understanding.
Individuals struggling with dyslexia are often led to believe there are limited options for managing dyslexia. Many experts in the dyslexic community will claim that dyslexia is a condition that has no connection to vision. They state that dyslexia is a neurological condition where nothing can be done with an optical correction to improve the ability to read and comprehend what was read.
ChromaGen is changing that. Dr. Harris, who developed the ChromaGen lenses, has concluded after years of studying dyslexia that the majority of people who have dyslexia see words that that appear to be moving on the page in some way. 90% of these people who see words moving will benefit from ChromaGen lenses.
"After years of studying dyslexia, I have concluded that the majority of people who have dyslexia will get a benefit from ChromaGen lenses.
The key is to identify those who see words that move on the page. These are the people that we help."