KAZ SEN /Dyslexia Edition
- SEN teachers adviced us that 10% of their students, the majority suffering from dyslexia, were experiencing visual disturbances caused by white glare from background screens. These disturbances included headaches, blurring, letters rotating, flipping, crowding and running into each other. In order to help address these problems, we talked to dyslexia experts, most notably Dr. Sue Fowler and her team at the Dyslexia Research Trust, Reading Clinic and Oxford University.
- Over the last fifteen years the Trust have carried out extensive research, trials and visual assessments on over 10,000 children. Results found that the application of a specific frequency of blue filter to help stabilise letter movement and of yellow, to minimise blurring, were extremely successful in the majority of children suffering with visual disturbances and had either improved or completely eliminated their problems – resulting in a rapid improvement in reading skills.
They advised us to incorporate their research findings into the KAZ program. So, with further
development we produced our SEN/Dyslexia edition, suitable for neurodivergent individuals with:
Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, ADHD, ASD, Tourettes, amongst others.