We see with our brain. Vision is fundamentally a source of Stress. If we become too stressed, we move into Distress and our efficiency drops. How well we cope with the stress of our sensory input decides how normal the world appears to us.
In many ways, the test of our work is the change we see in our patients. If they are happy, we are happy. If they are able to be helped, you can be confident that so can you be helped. These are real people from in and around Hawkes Bay, join them in their success!
Helen Irlen was the creator of colored lens treatment protocol for perceptual processing difficulties. The Irlen Method has helped tens of thousands of patients by providing a long-term solution to reading problems, headaches, light sensitivity, ADD and ADHD, autism and many other ailments – by directly addressing a core problem: the situations in there has been an overwhelming of the brain’s inability to process Visual information. If you or your child have been suffering, then you deserve to know more about the most widely used, research-based, and most effective solution available to you.
The symptoms of Irlen Syndrome are wide-ranging, but the solutions -Irlen colored overlays and Irlen Spectral Filters (worn as either glasses or contacts) – are straightforward and available to you. Irlen addresses the underlying perceptual processing difficulties and light sensitivity that can contribute to reading difficulties, headaches, and attention difficulties.
Cellfield is the first intervention to target the auditory, visual and motor pathways simultaneously. Cellfield targets visual, auditory and motor functions simultaneously. Clever software design expands working memory, strengthens attention and improves reading related motor functions.
Auditory – Specially designed sound parcels target auditory processing
Visual – Unique motion graphics and special lenses target visual processing
Auditory to Visual bridge – Cellfield is the only technology that bonds auditory and visual pathways, which allows the struggling reader’s brain to function more like a typical reader’s.
Motor pathways – To be truly effective, recent brain scan research shows that the auditory, visual and motor functions involved with reading must be activated and coordinated at the same time. This synchronized action allows the neural bonds between the letters and sound combinations to develop. Linking auditory, visual and motor functions is vital to the reading process.
Kiwi's know that good things take time, so come to us, have the tests done without feeling that you have been "rushed thru", and you'll know what we mean when we say "we take the time!"