SUPPORT STUDENTS WITH
COLOR VISION DEFICIENCY
IMPROVE CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT
Color blindness is very common; 1 in 12 boys and 1 in 200 girls are colorblind. It affects 8% of the male population, 13 million in the US, 30 million in Europe, and 350 million worldwide.
It means in a class of 25 students, one, and possibly more, are likely to have difficulty distinguishing colors.
If 8% of the boys in a class had a physical condition that did not allow those children to access the information being taught, would the educator know about it? Would the educator want to help the students? Would the educator know how to help and make adaptations to the environment and instruction to provide for the needs of the students? Color vision deficiency is sometimes referred to as a “hidden disability” because this physical condition is not visually apparent and not always identified in affected children. The impact of color vision deficiency on a child in a world full of color could be significant.
COLORWILL provides efficient and responsive packages created to meet the specific needs of color deficient (CVD) students in schools and other educational sectors.
Our training and expertise helps teachers to tailor educational materials and in-class activities for students with CVD.
OUR SERVICES FOR SCHOOLS
A Step-by-Step Guide
Color Name Stickers
Access to Our Courses