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Children and Vision

  • 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 […]

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  • 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 […]

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  • 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 a hidden and undetected visual skills deficiency. Poor visual skills are the most overlooked reason why a child struggles in school. Your child may have 20/20 eyesight with or […]

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