It can be difficult for children and adults with or without learning disabilities, ADHD, Auditory Processing Disorder, Asperger's Syndrome, Auditory Deficiency Syndrome and visual impairments to read, comprehend, and recall traditional black and white text. Black-and-white text also offers little engagement, memory recall, attentiveness, and expression. Artists use color to create patterns. Colors can show different moods; bright colors can make people feel happy and energetic, whereas dark colors can make people feel calm or sad—creating a lasting impression.
The Live In Letters Colorized Reading Program is a multi-tiered color-pattern software that creates a colorized visual aid when reading from an electronic device, such as a laptop or desktop computer, a mobile device, a projection screen or even a television.
Told through the eyes of Inventor/Founder, Kelly Russell, Live In Letters unveils the saving grace of Jesus Christ, the shrouded discovery of the Live In Letters Colorized Reading Program, its' startling research findings and the supernatural connections that have colorfully created the Live In Letters journey over the last three years...