Irlen lenses help Georgia achieve

Improvement: Georgia Ryan with her 2017 Young Australian Writers’ Award for poetry.
Improvement: Georgia Ryan with her 2017 Young Australian Writers’ Award for poetry.

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When Georgia Ryan first went to the Irlen Dyslexia Centre Taree she reported that words looked blurry and moved even with her prescription glasses.

She said the background on the page was very bright and flashing, distracting her from reading and hurting her eyes.

She felt very frustrated with reading and school work.

When she received her Irlen Lenses, that all changed.

She noticed a dramatic improvement in her school work and has an increased motivation to achieve at the highest level.

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This is backed up by her most recent achievement as described by her very proud parents:

"We just wanted to share our wonderful news with you. Georgia won the 2017 Young Australian Writers’ Award for poetry. To us, in light of everything that has happened this year, it is an extraordinary achievement!"

Irlen lenses help people with Irlen Syndrome.

Irlen Syndrome can affect both adults and children, manifesting itself differently for each individual, and interfering with a range of activities which can be a lifetime barrier to learning, for example:

  • Academic and work performance
  • Behaviour
  • Attention
  • Ability to sit still
  • Concentration

For Irlen Syndrome assessments by Irlen professionals call the Irlen Dyslexia Centre Taree on 0409 653 700 or email irlentaree@gmail.com