Developmental Vision Information Processing

Developmental Vision Information Processing

In order to learn effectively, your child must accurately interpret what they are seeing.

Good vision goes beyond seeing 20/20. As your child grows, their visual perceptual processing skills develop gradually as well.

Your 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.

Below are 6 developmental vision information processing skills your child needs in order to have good visual function.

Ocular Motor Skills

Having good ocular motor skills means having the ability to control where you aim your eyes (such as the skill required for reading) so that you don’t lose your place. These skills also make sure your eyes can follow a moving target smoothly and are able to make accurate eye jumps from one point to another. Read more »

Ocular Motor Skills

Having good ocular motor skills means having the ability to control where you aim your eyes (such as the skill required for reading) so that you don’t lose your place. These skills also make sure your eyes can follow a moving target smoothly and are able to make accurate eye jumps from one point to another. Read more »

Visual Motor Skills

The eye “sees” and then “tells” the body what to do.

Good visual motor integration helps with balance, coordination and movement. Understanding what we see allows us to trust the body movement that follows and help us learn new skills quickly such as learning a new sport or riding a bicycle. Read more »

Visual Motor Skills

The eye “sees” and then “tells” the body what to do.

Good visual motor integration helps with balance, coordination and movement. Understanding what we see allows us to trust the body movement that follows and help us learn new skills quickly such as learning a new sport or riding a bicycle. Read more »

Visual Analysis Skills

Visual analysis skills are the active processes for “locating, selecting, extracting, analysing, recalling and manipulating” relevant information in the visual environment.
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Visual Analysis Skills

Visual analysis skills are the active processes for “locating, selecting, extracting, analysing, recalling and manipulating” relevant information in the visual environment. Read more »

Visual Spatial Skills

Visual spatial orientation skills helps us with letter reversals. Some people considered letter reversals after age 7 to be a symptom of dyslexia. While this can be true, the most common cause of reversals in older children is a lack of visual spatial development. Read more »

Visual Spatial Skills

Visual spatial orientation skills helps us with letter reversals. Some people considered letter reversals after age 7 to be a symptom of dyslexia. While this can be true, the most common cause of reversals in older children is a lack of visual spatial development. Read more »

Visual Auditory Skills

What is visual auditory integration?

This is the ability to recognise written symbols as a spoken word and, hence, is a necessary skill for learning letters and words.

The visual and auditory systems work separately and in combination with each other and with the other sensory systems to inform and guide the body’s internal and external actions. Read more »

Visual Auditory Skills

What is visual auditory integration?

This is the ability to recognise written symbols as a spoken word and, hence, is a necessary skill for learning letters and words.

The visual and auditory systems work separately and in combination with each other and with the other sensory systems to inform and guide the body’s internal and external actions. Read more »

Visual Memory

Visual Memory is the ability to look at and remember or recall information such as pictures, words and objects. Visual memory is vital in the development of handwriting, reading and other functional tasks in school and in everyday life. Read more »

Visual Memory

Visual Memory is the ability to look at and remember or recall information such as pictures, words and objects. Visual memory is vital in the development of handwriting, reading and other functional tasks in school and in everyday life. Read more »

Don’t be contented with just 20/20 Vision.

Make sure your kids’ eyes work as they should for optimal learning!

Don’t be contented with just 20/20 Vision.

Make sure your kids’ eyes work as they should for optimal learning!

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