Study involves school children in Tampa.
ChromaGen Vision is testing new lenses in a pilot study among Tampa school children who suffer from dyslexia and other reading difficulties. ChromaGen is the only lens technology FDA-cleared for individuals who experience reading discomfort. Besides helping with reading, students wearing ChromaGen glasses have also reported improvements in math and handwriting. Students in grades three through eight who are accepted into the Tampa study will receive a free eye exam by a licensed optometrist, a free reading assessment employing the Woodcock Johnson tests, and a free pair of custom ChromaGen eyeglasses that usually retail for $1,000.
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