Struggling To Read & Learn Because Of Poor Eye Tracking?

Over 90% of children struggling to read really have poor eye tracking, but this is often misdiagnosed as other conditions. Find out how to get our unique eye tracking test for you or your child to instantly find the true cause of their challenges…

When you see the results you’ll FINALLY know why…

Most of us assume that if our vision is fine, our eyes are doing all they can for us. Really though, eye tracking abilities are critical to reading, writing, studying and many aspects of everyday life.

From how well eyes move in coordination with one another to the ability to maintain visual concentration and focus over time, we can identify where a person shows strength and where improvements can be made.

Our 12-minute test will show how you or your child’s eyes move when focusing on a task, which could explain why there are struggles with reading, learning, spelling, writing and co-ordination activities such as sports.

Schedule a call with one of our experts to discuss an eye tracking assessment

What poor eye tracking can affect

Reading - Difficulties tracking can make you much slower and less fluent. Making processing and retaining information when reading difficult

Concentration & Studying - Constantly having to re-read things so that your brain can process them better is tiring and affects focus and concentration

Spelling - With poor eye tracking the reader sees the letters in a scrambled way so learning to spell is really difficult

Sporting Ability - is essential for precision hand-eye coordination, an athlete's focus, trajectory estimations, and many other key elements during a match.

4 Simple Steps

1) Talk to one of our program experts

Schedule a call with one of our friendly experts who will check that this assessment is suitable and talk you through the next steps. If a clinic partner is within your area we will connect you. If not, you can do the assessment at home.

2) What's included - at home...

You have access for up to 3 users (so testing friends & family isn't an issue). When you're ready we'll send you the assessment instructions and all the equipment will be shipped out including a free returns label.

3) Support on hand

We're with you every step of the way! From over the phone technical support to FAQs and instructional videos. We have made this advanced technology user friendly.

4) Take the Assessment

After this 12-minute assessment you’ll know the root cause of any issues. Our coach will describe the results in detail, plus you'll receive a 6-page report and video showing exactly how the eyes move when reading.

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Your Eye Tracking Assessment

This 12-minute assessment will answer so many questions about your eye tracking, including: co-ordination of both eyes, response time and accuracy.

Here’s what you will get:

1.  All the professional assessment kit necessary – delivered and collected from your home  (Or if there’s a healthcare provider nearby with the equipment, we’ll let you know)

2. Personal coaching support to make equipment set up easy and guide you through the results

3. A 6-page report with analysis of the key physiological aspects that affect reading ability and speed

4. A video showing exactly how the eyes move when reading

5. Identification of the potential improvement in each skill area through a program of exercises

All this for $147 / £115

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Our customers...

“Seeing our son’s eye tracking video was a real shock – it was clear he had a problem, a problem that we now had answers to. He wasn’t lazy or unambitious in the classroom, he simply ‘couldn’t do it’. But now we had a way forward and someone to help us” – Ian Davies, Warwickshire, UK

Or, schedule a call, at a time to suit you

We’ll talk you through the simple steps to get the assessment set up for your child

Want To Know More? Find Answers In Our FAQs…

Q. My child has been diagnosed with dyslexia / ADD – is there any point in doing this assessment?

A. Yes. The process of diagnosis for Dyslexia and ADD is based on the symptoms – and not whether there is any potential for further development.  Because our assessment focuses on the root cause, it will tell you the probability that the relevant skills can be developed.

Q. I’ve tried vision therapy and the results didn’t last – how is this different?

A. If the real issue is because a skill hasn’t finished its development it usually means that it’s the root cause and not the symptom that needs dealing with.  Most vision therapy exercises approach it by exercising the eyes themselves (the symptom end) – rather than tackling the root of the problem.  To do that requires balance stimulation exercises to kick start the skill development process. 

Q. What other equipment will I need?  I assume a computer?

A. Yes – you need a computer that is fairly up to date – preferably no more than 4 years old. Our coaches can help you check your device

Q. I’m concerned about my son, aged 6 – can he do the test?

A. We cannot test before 7 as their skills are still forming.

Q. My child is ASD – can he do the test?

A. If he can attempt to read and follow simple instructions he will be able to.  If he is unlikely to comply then it may be more difficult – speak to one of our advisors if this is the case.

Q. It’s for my daughter and she’s 35 now – is it too late?

A. Sheffield university did a research study up to the age of 90 – and saw great results in recovering skills.  The brain maintains plasticity right through our lives…..  So – the answer is she is not too old.  The good news is that she probably has the ability from when she was taught at school……and with good eye tracking you may well find reading becomes natural pretty quickly.  (My own daughter was 27 when I developed a program for her).

Q. What if the test shows eye tracking is fine?

A. Very occasionally this is the case – we also send you a free cognitive assessment that will look deeper at other potential causes so you have the full picture.

Q. What’s the difference between this test and tests done in school?

We are not aware of any school that would do this type of test.  Most in-school tests are based on examining the symptoms and not for the root cause.  Teachers that watch these tests appreciate them because it answers so many questions for them too.

Q. My child wears glasses, will this affect the results?

A. No – the equipment is calibrated at the start of the test to allow for this.

Q. What happens after the test?  

A. A trained coach will contact you to go through the results, answer any questions you have and talk you through the next steps if the test shows you or your child’s skills can be developed.


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