Developmental vision information processing skills your child needs to have good visual function
Good vision goes beyond seeing 20/20. As your child grows, their visual perceptual processing skills develops gradually as well. A child must learn how to not only ‘see’ the world, but ‘understand’ the world that is around them by processing the information that is sent to the brain from the eyes so that they can learn effectively. They must accurately interpret what they are seeing.
The skills required to do this include ocular motor skills, visual motor skills, visual analysis skills, visual spatial skills and visual auditory skills.
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