There is more to vision than seeing 20/20. Visual Motor Skills such as eye tracking, focusing, eye teaming, and depth perception are skills we take for granted but are esential in receiving visual information and is important in a child's development and learning. Visual Perceptual Skills such as Visual Discrimination (the ability to detect small differences) and Visual Memory (the ability to "picture" things in our mind) are important learning skills in the processing the visual information.
These learning-related vision problems can have a lifelong impact on a child. With Dr. Horibe's special training, she is able to identify learning-related vision problems and together with our Vision Therapist, Ester Haymore, they can develop a therapy program to help maximize a child's learning skills.
For more information about learning-related vision problems and vision therapy, click on the links below:
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VISION THERAPY FORMS:
If you or your child is a candidate for a Vision Therapy Evaluation, print and complete the appropriate form and return it to our office before the appointment. For the VT forms, click on the link below.