What is Neuro-Visual Rehabilition (Vision Therapy)?
A progressive program of vision procedures performed under doctor supervision and individualized to fit the visual needs of each patient. Generally conducted in-office, in once or twice weekly sessions of 30 minutes to an hour.
Depending on the needs of the patient, Neuro-Visual Rehabilitation can:
  • Help develop or improve fundamental visual skills and abilities
  • Improve visual comfort, ease, and efficiency
  • Change how the brain processes or interprets visual information
5 Signs that a vision problem may be interfering with your students ability to read and learn

Eye Teaming

Symptoms of Eye Teaming disorders such as Convergence Insufficiency include:
  • Seeing double when reading
  • Closeing/covering one eye when reading
  • Avoiding work involving reading or prolonged close-up activities
  • Headaches
  • Blurred vision

Symptoms of Eye Teaming

Eye Focusing

Symptoms of Focusing problems include:
  • Blured vision while reading that comes and goes
  • Headaches while reading
  • Squinting or blinking when looking up from a book
  • Holding reading material to close

Eye Focusing

Eye Tracking

Symptoms of Eye Tracking problems include:
  • Loss of place while reading
  • Skipping words and / or lines while reading
  • Difficulty copying from the chalkboard

Eye Tracking
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