Will colored light help for dyslectic kids?

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A group of Tauranga Girls’ College students have come up with an idea that could help dyslexic students – and save them hundreds of dollars.

The Year 13 girls have formed a company for this year’s Young Enterprise Scheme called Brite and are preparing to launch their product, the iBrite.

It’s a little LED device that sits at the top of a student’s page of work, shining coloured light over the text. The idea is that the different lighting helps those with dyslexia process words better.

We have heard various opinions on the approach with colored overlays or like here with colored light. but if it helps you this looks like a good option.

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