Services Provided

Diagnosis and Treatment for Dyslexia/Learning Difficulties

Assessment of clients takes 1.5-2 hours and clearly identifies any irregular fixation of the eyes resulting in possible leaning difficulties.

Average ten (10) one hour treatments: Using the Lawson Anti-Suppression Device (LASD), a machine invented and patented by Alison Lawson, a university trained orthoptist with 35 years experience servicesin Australia and England. The LASD machine was first used in 1980, and in combination with a structured medical program in full co-operation with patient and with parents/teachers if applicable, this treatment is a world first. No drugs, medication, coloured glasses, hypnosis are used.

Each of the ten treatments is 1 hour in duration and conducted in a one on one environment. Each of our clients receives personal care and attention to ensure the treatments success. Eye exercises and a series of written tasks must be conducted as part of the program to accompany the time spent on the LASD.

Professional Development sessions for Teachers

We are able to provide a 1 hour professional development for teachers which cover the following areas:

  • What dyslexia is
  • How to recognise the symptoms
  • What it feels like to be dyslexic and the psychological impact
  • The treatment and how it solves the problem

Recommendations and support material for helping children in the classroom.

Information Sessions for G.P‘s, Psychologists, chiropractors, counsellors and other professionals who have clients that are dyslexic.

These sessions are tailored to the time available to the processionals seeking a visit and are often arranged to present to groups or medical centres
These presentations are designed to give:

  • An overview of what visual dyslexia is and the presenting symptoms.
  • How it impacts the lives of people who have visual dyslexia
  • The co-morbidity of dyslexia.
  • An overview of the treatment and how it successfully changes the problem.

Parent presentations and Workshops

These are offered at schools or other venues where parents are interested in finding out more about dyslexia and how it may affect their child.

  • How to recognise the symptoms of dyslexia.
    How children can be helped
  • The co-morbidity of Dyslexia and other medical conditions such as ADD
  • The relationship between behaviour and dyslexia.
    Strategies to help their children at school.
  • Strategies to help children at home.
  • Explains the multitude of reports which often confuse parents.