U.S. Schools currently spend the majority of Special Education funding on LDs. Early, accurate diagnosis can dramatically increase treatment efficiency and effectiveness.

About reading disabilities (RDs):

*Prevalence rates as high as 15% to 20% are commonly cited. A conservative 12% rate is used for this table.

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Dyslexia and LI occur in different races, languages and cultures.  Research has shown that CogGen's genetic screen works across races, languages and cultures.  Dyslexia and LI are global problems.  CogGen has a global solution for presymptomatic screening.

In the US alone, it is estimated that around 30MM Americans suffer from the three main Learning Disabilities: Reading (Dyslexia), Specific Language Impairment (SLI), and Speech Sound Disorder (SSD)

We have seen multiple studies looking at the prevalence and impact of RD in China, India, Germany, UK and many other countries. We believe a conservative addressable market for RDs to be well in excess of 155 million people.


  • Families with a history of learning disabilities. LDs have high inheritance rates.

  • Students with poor academic performance despite normal IQ levels.

  • Parents of children with delayed speech and/or difficulty pronouncing words.

  • Parents and schools in need of measurable data to obtain extra educational resources.

  • Parents with concerns about their child’s academic performance.

  • Parties involved in education resource planning and funding allocation.

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