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Children and Vision

  • Did You Know…

    If your child is struggling with reading even though you know he or she is smart and does well verbally, it could be the result of hidden or undetected visual skill deficiencies. According to the American Optometric Association, about 1 out of 4 children suffer from inadequate visual abilities. About 75%-90% of what children learn […]

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  • Vision and Learning Treatment Options

    How does vision relate to learning? 75-90% of learning in a classroom occurs through the visual system. If the visual system is not working properly, this can seriously hinder a child trying to perform up to their potential. It has been estimated that 1 out of 4 children in the U.S. have learning problems. This is roughly 2-7 […]

    Continue Reading August 28, 2013

  • Vision Motor Problems

    Vertical phoria will produce the following symptoms: Does not like to read in the car while the car is moving Does not like to sit in the back seat of a car Has an aversion to being spun around Loses their place while reading Forgets what they read Vertical phoria is usually an inherited trait […]

    Continue Reading August 28, 2013