Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Reading Problems and eye movement disoders

The evidence on eye problems associated with reading difficulties and learning problems

continues to accumulate. A new study has found that children who are on individual learning plans because of reading difficulties had a high prevalence of eye movement problems like binocular vision disorders and convergence insufficiency.

At our Vancouver eye and vision clinic, we have the largest developmental vision practice in Vancouver where we treat many students with eye movement and vision problems who are struggling in school and who read below grade lever.

We use ocular motor therapy, vision therapy and eye-brain rehabilitation to get both eyes working together properly. Often the students who we treat experience a huge jump in their reading abilities, improving by 4 or five reading levels following therapy. Read more...

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