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My daughter has a visual processing disorder. As I read what you had written, all those feelings came back to me. She's doing much better with some accommodations. She wears bifocals to enlarge print and they help with the tracking. We also have all her assignments on blue paper. The white background was too much for her eyes to handle. These accomodations have made a big difference.

megan (PDM)

Wow. So interesting! Who would ever thought about blue paper instead of white?? Thanks for weighing in--glad your daughter's doing better!

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