"For all the hard work that all of you there have done with the research an on going support for all of us who have Irlen Syndrome, I thank you so very much. My children now are going to be able to do what they want to do with their lives."
"Before I had my colors, I really scared my mother. When my eyes were bad, it really made me sad. The letters would wiggle and jiggle, jump and bump. They looked like they were in a lump. Then mom took pieces of paper and boxed the letters in. Then my words would not spin. When I put the colors on my face, the words honestly stayed in place. I am as happy as can be. When I read with my colors on, I can see."
--Color For My Eyes by Victoria Bonaquista
"It is the single most important advance in the treatment of reading difficulties Iíve ever seen."
--John Bald, literacy expert, consultant, National Curriculum Council