I'm currently reading a book about it : "reading in color" written by Helen Irlen. I first was super enthusastic about it but then discovered through a brief internet research that it is a controversial topic. Basically: using colored lenses or overlay to be able to "see" the words better and read better. I remember Susiestar mentioned colored lenses with one of her student in some post a while back. Has anyone heard about Irlen syndrome or better yet, experienced it themselves or through a close friend/relative? V and husband could maybe be both be helped according to the book. But a book written by the person who discovered a controversial syndrome is a bit biais obviously. But it is so tempted to buy into it and head to te closest Irlen clinic: a simple fix to such a complex issue. V is still a bit young to really draw any conclusion on his learning, but husband still struggles to this days with reading. It's ironic, we had a discussion about it ast weekend and we both concluded that he was a functional reader but not a fluent reader. He has accepted it and worked around it. But I know it is still a sensitive subject and always choose my words carefully. He tells me how the words move around or "run away" from him. I have yet to finish the book but I'm highly interested in the board's opinion on the matter!