Provides early intervention for children with reading issues.
RightEye Reading EyeQ helps differentiate eye movement issues from other reading disorders, resulting in earlier and more appropriate intervention for young readers. A grade appropriate reading test tracks every eye movement and identifies anomalies. Metrics instantly assess and analyze eye movement during reading and provide real-time reports and recommendations to improve reading and learning. Visualizations and norms give parents and teachers evidence of status and improvements.
RightEye has acquired the exclusive license to reading content in 11 languages created by the Optometric Extension Program Foundation. This has been used to create the first ever non-invasive, objective, repeatable test to identify reading disorders in students at all grade levels. It is also often used to monitor eye movement and comprehension recovery after brain injury. The new test, which assesses eye movements used during reading to identify challenges, helps differentiate eye movement issues from other reading disorders, resulting in earlier and more appropriate intervention.
Online review includes replay of the eye movements while reading as well as a detailed visualization of specific types of eye movements against norms. Tests automatically generate a report that is accessed online. Report includes:
- A visualization of the paragraph with fixations, saccades, regressions and returns overlaid so patients and parents can see exactly what is happening.
- Metrics include words per minute, comprehension, fixation number, duration, saccades, regressions and return sweeps for providers and parents.
- Measure status, measure progress and compare against norms
LENGTH OF TEST
Test time takes about 2 minutes
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