Irlen Dyslexia

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Irlen syndrome is characterised by the inability to visually process information normally.

Irlen syndrome is not identified by standard optometric, ophthalmological, educational or psychological testing and requires specialised testing to confirm whether Irlen Syndrome may be a contributing element to symptoms being experienced.

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Symptoms may include

  • Visual distortions such as words moving, shaking or becoming blurry
  • Difficulty focussing or concentrating particularly on visual tasks
  • Regular headaches, particularly when reading or concentrating visually
  • Being highly sensitive to light or glare
  • Rapid fatigue when reading or concentrating visually
  • Poor reading and comprehension skills

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Light Sensitivity

Reading Problems

Head Trauma


Headaches Migraines

Spectrum Disorder / Autism

How to get help

Irlen Institute




    52 Barnetts Road,
    Yetholme NSW 2795

    8am to 6pm, Mon to Sat

    Phone Rose 0418 641 896
    Phone Craig 0431 927 578