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Vision and Learning
Vision and Reading
Vision is the prerequisite for reading and our primary source for gathering information for learning. Poor vision skills lead to poor reading skills. Studies show that deficiencies in binocular vision, accommodation, oculomotor control, visual information processing and/or visual integrative abilities can lead to a significant handicap in learning abilities.
At CAH Vision, we diagnose and treat visual dysfunctions that lead to poor reading and learning abilities. When our patients learn how to better control their visual system with more efficiency, they improve in reading and learning abilities as well.
The following questions are designed to help you determine whether or not you or your child may have a vision dysfunction that is affecting their ability to read and learn. If your answer is yes, please call our office to set up an evaluation.
There are behavioral signs
Learning and Attention Span issues