VISUAL PROCESSING AFFECTS EDUCATIONAL AND INTELLECTUAL PERFORMANCE.

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Observing a student's eye fixation or movement is an essential part of identifying the struggle with visual closure, tracking across the page, and visual stamina. Check the student to see if any of these characteristics are observed in their behavior: eyes turning in or out while focusing, squinting, blinking excessively, inclines head when reading, loses place when reading, omits small words, and/or avoids close work tasks.

Physical observations could be: clumsy or trips often, over-reaches for items, knocks things over, or falls down. These are all distressed vision indicators and should be attended to.

VISION: PRIMARY BOOKLET | K-2

This booklet trains some of the most important visual skills for young learners. Because our young friends often do not know how to read, we have used pictures and objects in this workbook. The exercises focus on a variety of areas including: eye tracking, visual closure, page scanning, and tracking across a page.

workbook: $4.50

VISION: LEVEL 1 BOOKLET | 3+

By doing these exercises, student will gain visual skills that will help make them better learners. The booklet trains you to: shift from focus point to focus point, process discrete information into meaningful series, build visual stamina, and to do visual closure (which is critical for processing symbolic information).

workbook: $4.50

VISION TRAINING SERIES | 5+

This workbook and CD set contains modules that help improve and train vision abilities. The workbook and CD can be purchased together or separately.

workbook only: $25       workbook + CD single user: $35       CD single user: $20       CD multi user: $200

DYSLEXIA TRAINING SERIES | 5+

This workbook and CD set contains modules that help students who struggle with dyslexia. The workbook and CD can be purchased together or separately.

workbook only: $25       workbook + CD single user: $35       CD single user: $20       CD multi user: $200