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Guide to Visual Development

  • Vision Development and Milestones

    It is important to watch your baby's development to ensure they reach their milestones. A child’s vision is a complex combination of the brain, the eyes and the vast array of nerves that connect them. At birth, this visual system is still immature and continues to develop throughout the child’s early years....
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  • 5 Things Parents Should Know About Visual Development

    Author: Dr. Ingryd Lorenzana Brain Vision Institute 1. The brain is the only organ that is not fully developed at birth, and its function builds...
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  • Visual Development: A Key Part of Childhood 

    A child’s learning, motor ability, and cognitive function are all influenced by their visual development. A substantial part of eye anatomy and vision development occurs...
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  • Key Signs of Dyspraxia (Developmental Coordination Disorder) 

    Wondering if your child may have dyspraxia? Here are some signs to look out for. Does your child have messy handwriting? Do they have trouble...
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  • Vision Therapy for Primitive Reflexes

    Retained primitive reflexes can significantly affect a child’s school achievements, confidence and self esteem. There is a significant correlation between retained primitive reflexes and vision skill deficits in the children, ages 6-14....
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  • Babies and Vision Problems

    Babies depend heavily on their vision to explore and learn about the world around them. Many people are unaware that vision, like walking and talking, is a learned ability and your baby's eyes benefit from visual stimulation. That's why it's so important to make sure your child's eyes and vision are developing normally....
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