Irlen Syndrome Self Tests
Take this 14-item test to quickly determine whether Irlen Syndrome is the cause of your reading difficulties.
Take this in-depth test to see how Irlen Syndrome impacts your life. Assesses over 25 areas of functioning.
Take this test to see whether Irlen Syndrome is the cause of your headaches and/or migraines.
Take this test to see how light sensitive you are and whether the Irlen Method can help.
Take this test to see if the Irlen Method can help with your visual perception and sensory overload.
Complete this activity if your autistic child is six years or younger or has limited language skills.
More About Irlen Syndrome Self Testing
Take a self-test to find out if your struggles are related to a visual processing problem like Irlen Syndrome or Visual Stress, and whether your problems can improve with color. These simple questions are tailored to identify whether color is the right solution for you. Find out whether you have a visual processing problem, light sensitivity, or physical symptoms that will respond to color intervention. If you have three or more “yes” answers, take the next step and schedule a formal assessment with a certified professional who can determine your specific and individualized color needs.
Our six unique self-tests are designed to address the different types of problems that respond well to color intervention, such as colored overlays and spectral filters. Color can be one part of a comprehensive intervention program, or it might be the entire answer to your struggles. Take a test today and get started.
The Long Test is our most comprehensive pre-assessment. This questionnaire will look at all the different areas of functioning that Iight-based visual processing problems can impact. Whether it’s light sensitivity, physical symptoms, academic and workplace performance, depth perception, attention issues, sports performance, driving, reading, or computer use, the Long Self-Test will highlight the problem areas where spectral filters like colored overlays and colored lenses can help you improve.
The Reading Test is the right one for you, if you are looking to see whether your reading struggles are related to Irlen Syndrome and can be helped with color.
If you get headaches, and want to know if light sensitivity is the source of those headaches, take the Headache Test. The solution for your headaches might be a few clicks away.
For individuals on the Autism spectrum, we have two tests to help you find out if color intervention is appropriate for you or your loved one. The comprehensive Autism Test can be evaluated by a trained Irlen Diagnostician prior to scheduling a formal Screening or Diagnostic appointment. The Color Light Activity is for non-verbal or young children and uses behavior-based observation instead of questionnaire format to indicate whether color can be helpful.
Most people don’t realize that the symptoms they are experiencing aren’t normal. Our self-tests are designed to distinguish between physical and visual symptoms that will respond to color, and those that won’t. If you feel like you work harder to read than you should, experience physical symptoms like eye-strain or headaches when reading or from bright lights, or are just looking for answers to your frequent struggles, an Irlen self-test can help you determine whether you should contact an Irlen Screener or Diagnostician for a formal assessment.