CERTIFICATION TO SCREEN FOR IRLEN SYNDROME
The Irlen Institute offers a two-day Screener training course for educators, reading or resource specialists, school psychologists, speech-language therapists, chiropractors, rehab counselors, vision care specialists, occupational therapists, counselors, learning specialists, AT Specialists, tutors, and educational therapists.
As a trained Irlen Screener, you will:
- Identify individuals with Irlen Syndrome
- Understand the common learning and behavioral characteristics associated with Irlen Syndrome
- Explore the relationship between visual perception and reading, math, copying, writing, depth perception, and sensory integration
- Be equipped with a variety of intervention strategies, including colored overlays
- Utilize the Irlen Reading Perceptual Scale (IRPS) to determine the severity of Irlen Syndrome and identify the optimal Irlen Overlay color
You don’t have to become a certified Irlen Screener to identify individuals who are at risk for Irlen Syndrome. Know the signs and symptoms, and administer an Irlen pre-screening questionnaire to individuals or groups to quickly identify individuals who may be at risk.