Assess and Remediate Visual Perceptual Difficulties

See It Right!® is a cost-effective dynamic therapy program to overcome visual perceptual problems.

See It Right!® is a classwork-based assessment for visual-perceptual problems caused by a sensitivity to light which makes print difficult to read. For some students, the letters they are reading may appear to move, change places within the words, become reversed, and/or out of sequence. Students may have difficulty reading and writing, attending to the page, or may develop headaches.

See It Right!® is both an assessment and an intervention program in which colored transparencies are used to eliminate these and other types of distortions that get in the way of reading and writing as well as overall academic performance.

This program may help students who demonstrate difficulty in the following areas:


  • Slow, hesitant oral reading

  • Difficulty keeping in place

  • Appears to read words backward

  • Reads words out of order

  • Difficulty answering comprehension questions

  • Only reads for a few minutes at a time before losing attention


  • Reverses sequence of letters

  • Leaves letters out when copying words on a list

  • When practicing a word, may write two or three versions of the same word

  • Spells words almost right for example - writes cat or cut or cot


  • Inaccuracies in computation

  • Backward numbers

  • Crooked columns of numbers

  • Numbers that don't look grouped when they're supposed to be grouped

Written Work

  • Work completed very slowly

  • Uneven margins

  • Too much space, no space, or irregular spacing between letters and/or words

  • Letters are written backward and/or upside down

  • Letters that are slanted in various directions

  • Irregular sizing of letters


  • Distractible

  • Cannot, or does not, keep eyes on paper or book when typing to read

  • Squints, blinks a lot, rubs eyes, shakes head

  • Complaints of headaches, eyes that shut, letters that look blurry, etc.

Call (610) 932-9511 To Schedule an Assessment

Color plastic overlays may be purchased through Debra following the assessment.
Information was provided with permission from Dorothy Henson-Parker, a licensed educational psychologist.