- Conditions We Treat
- Treatment Options
The classroom and various extracurricular activities demand a lot from your child’s visual system. Your child needs to have developed appropriate visual skills prior to entering school in order to succeed in such an environment. Many children struggle academically simply because their visual systems are not sufficiently developed to cope with the demand of reading and writing tasks. Development of the necessary visual skills should take place during the preschool years.
Observations of your child in school and at home are very important in order to determine whether your child has an undiagnosed vision problem. Children with learning-related vision problems rarely report symptoms because they simply assume that everyone sees things the same way they do. The following is a list of signs and symptoms that may indicate that your child has a vision problem:
If you notice any of the signs or symptoms described above, a developmental vision evaluation is recommended. Not all vision evaluations are the same. A developmental vision evaluation will assess all of the visual skills that are developed following birth.
The evaluation will assess your child’s ability to:
This comprehensive evaluation typically takes two hours to complete. It can help you uncover undetected visual problems that may be causing your child’s struggles in the classroom.
You can find these books available for purchase here.
CONNECT WITH US
2525 Riva Road Suite 126
Annapolis, MD 21401
Also serving Glen Burnie, MD and surrounding areas.