Jeri LeVinge, Ed.D., Ph.D.
Jeri LaVigne, Ed.D., Ph.D. is an educational psychologist who is most interested in the health of your brain. She has been working in the Atlanta area for more than 30 years helping children and adults reach their goals and dreams by teaching them how to better process information and create optimal brain performance. Dr. LaVigne is an Irlen Director, certified in the Irlen Method and is a Neurofeedback practitioner. She has assisted in creating several non-profit organizations, such as Anatta World Health and Education and the Roosevelt Ashley Foundation, providing medical and educational programs and supplies to children in need around the world.
What If's It Not Dyslexia or ADHD?
Light sensitivity is so much more than needing sunglasses on a bright day. The Irlen Method provides a unique service for some children and adults identified with reading and learning difficulties, low motivation, attention deficit disorder (ADHD), discipline problems, headaches and migraines, autism, and traumatic brain injury. The symptoms of Irlen Syndrome are wide-ranging, but Irlen technology focuses on one core problem, the brain’s inability to process visual information. You don’t have to have a diagnosed reading or learning problem benefit from the Irlen Method. Even good readers and gifted students can be helped.