created a partnership with ChromaGen Vision in order to provide a possible
solution for students who find it difficult to read. ChromaGen offers unique, patented
eyeglasses and contacts to help students with reading issues. We know there are
many reasons for reading difficulties. ChromaGen helps to address these issues
for many students, but does not claim to cure dyslexia. ChromaGen is simply
another option for students with reading problems that have yet to find a
AASA is partnering with ChromaGen Vision to introduce ChromaGen Lenses to
assist students with Reading Problems.
"We believe ChromaGen will change the lives of students who are struggling to
read. The ChromaGen Lenses are a significant development in
If a student is not an effective reader, it will affect all aspects of his or
Dan Domenech, Executive
AASA, The School
- 1 in 5 students in the U.S. have a reading problem. It is the single biggest
issue that has a negative impact on the learning process.
- The majority of these students that struggle with reading have a vision
issue that cannot be corrected with a traditional prescription from an Eye
Doctor. AASA and ChromaGen Vision are seeking to identify and help these
- The ChromaGen lens technology (employing eyeglasses or contacts) is a new
and proprietary lens that is patented and Cleared by the FDA.
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ChromaGen Lenses - A New Treatment Option For Reading Problems
ChromaGen Lenses are a new Life Changing Aid for Vision Related Reading
ChromaGen® is a
unique and proprietary system of tinted lenses that can either be embodied in a
contact lens or worn as eyeglasses or Clip-Ons. The ChromaGen Lenses can be
incorporated into any existing prescription. ChromaGen Lenses have an FDA
Clearance and are patented protected through 2028.
ChromaGen is the only
optical treatment option in the U.S. for people struggling with vision related
reading problems that ChromaGen Lenses address. ChromaGen
Vision estimates that 20% of the U.S. struggles with a vision related reading
problem that ChromaGen Lenses can address.
The ChromaGen system was
developed by British inventor Dr. David Harris, who was the recipient of the
prestigious British Design Council Award as one of the best inventions of the
Testimonials from Students and Parents
Testimonials from Eye Doctors
The videos below show what words and numbers look like when they appear to move
on the page.
Click the bottom right square on the thumbnail to view in full screen
Words appear to move on the page when reading:
Numbers appear to move on the page when doing math: