Irlen Syndrome

Scotopic sensitivity syndrome (SSS), also known as Visual Stress, Irlen Syndrome, and Asfedia, is a condition relating to the interaction of the central nervous system and the eyes at a physiological level with light. The effects of SSS are most noticeable during activities associates with reading, but an individual with the condition may notice the condition’s effects in other activities. The exact cause of SSS is currently under debate within the scientific community. In addition, the scientific community has not reached a consensus on the most efficient method for treating the condition. However, in a joint statement, The American Academy of Ophthalmology, American Academy of Pediatrics, American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus and American Association of Certified Orthoptists firmly repudiated the use of lenses for treating SSS, stating that there was no scientific evidence supporting their use.’
Source: Wikipedia

Blogs by those with:

  • Dyslexia and Me – http://thedyslexicstudent.wordpress.com
    ‘Trials and Triumphs: A Lifetimes Experience with Dyslexia and Scotopic Sensitivity Syndrome. (New blog every Sunday. Interesting articles every Wednesday.)’
  • Fuzzy Thinkers – http://www.fuzzythinkers.co.uk
    ‘Forty three year old mother of two young boys who was identified with dyslexia and Irlen at the age of 40. My Dream: to offer practical support to parents of dyslexic children. Collating the views of dyslexic children and their parents via my website.’
  • Irlenativity – http://irlenativity.wordpress.com
    ‘Each case of Irlen Syndrome is as unique as the individual living with the condition. A blog about 1 person’s trials and tribulations. It’s my very own Irlen Adventure!’
  • My tips and techniques blog – http://needtosay.weebly.com
    ‘Monique writes top tips blogs in order to help people like her achieve their full potential in life.’

Blogs by parents of:

Support blogs for:

  • Geniuswithin blog – http://www.geniuswithin.co.uk/blog
    ‘Strategies to support neuro diversity in a wide range of topics, written by an experienced strategy coach.’

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