Vision and Learning

Many children who experience academic difficulty may have a visual dysfunction in addition to their primary reading or learning dysfunction. Vision therapy can help teach a child how to control their visual system with more efficiency to become successful in their reading and learning abilities.

If your child has been diagnosed with one of the following conditions:

  • special needs
  • autism
  • learning disabilities
  • dyslexia
  • attention deficit, ADHD
  • low academic / vocational performance, reading, writing, dysgraphia

The next step is to take them for a comprehensive vision exam, and a visual processing assessment to determine if vision therapy can help in their learning process.

Vision and Learning Treatment includes development of the following:

  • Oculomotor skills to improve tracking while learning
  • Accommodative system for improved “focusing” skills
  • Binocular vision skills for improved eye teaming
  • Visual perceptual skills:
    • Visual Spatial
      • Left-Right Awareness
      • Reversing letters and numbers
    • Visual Figure Ground
      • Difficulty with Visual Search
  • Visual closure
  • Visual imagery for greater reading comprehension and recal