How our eyes function is crucial in our ability to learn at any age. So, if there are problems with our visual function, this impedes our ability to learn. Examples of visual function issues include eye turns, lazy eyes, problems with reading, problems focusing on reading material, and much more. Often these problems with the visual system can limit a student's ability to learn in the classroom. Vision therapy is a form of treatment to help children and adults who struggle with how their vision functions.
If you or your child struggles with any of the items below, vision therapy would be something that you would want to consider. For more information call any of our four locations in Washington, Williamsburg, Tiffin or Fairfield.
In vision therapy we use the acronym CATSPP to describe the following:
So, what happens when there is a problem in one section of the CATSPP?
Goal of Vision Therapy