1 in 4 children has a vision problem that affects learning
A vision problem that is often misinterpreted as disinterest, sleepiness, dyslexia or ADHD.
If your children experience the following, vision therapy can help:
- Short attention span
- Poor reading comprehension
- Trouble with spelling
- Trouble copying from board to paper
- Difficulty reading (loses place, skips lines, trouble remembering what they read)
- Difficulty writing (improper pencil grip, crowds letters)
- Reverses letters, numbers or words
- Trouble with sports
Did you know that some academic troubles stem from issues with visual processing? Problems like these are hard to spot because they aren’t picked up with traditional vision tests for glasses.
Customized vision therapy programs help identify visual processing issues and address their side effects– everything from forgetting instructions and trouble re-starting tasks after a distraction, to losing place while reading and reversing letters, numbers or words.
Even a child with 20/20 eyesight can have a vision issue at the core of their learning problem. Many kids are re-entering the classroom with a year of distance learning under their belts. Call us to see how vision therapy can help your student get back on track for classroom success.
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