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
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SCREENER TRAINING WORKSHOPS NEAR YOU
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.