What is Visual Information Processing?
Have you been told your child has difficulties with their Visual Information Processing? How can optometrists help? Visual processing describes the way the brain processesRead More
What is Reading Fluency?
Is your child’s reading below grade level? If so, it could be a reading fluency problem. If a child has some kind of visual dysfunction,Read More
Visual Motor Integration
Does your child have difficulty with hand-eye coordination or playing sports? It could be a visual motor integration problem When a child incorrectly perceives theRead More
Visual Sequential Memory
Does your child struggle with reading or comprehension? It could be a visual sequential memory problem. The ability to remember the objects in a certainRead More
Visual Form Constancy
Does your child still reverse letters, numbers or words? It could be a visual form constancy problem. Form constancy is necessary to understand thatRead More
Visual Figure Ground
Does your child struggle with copying words from the board? Or have difficulty finding important words in a text? It could be a visual figure-groundRead More
Has your child been told they have a learning difficulty? It could be a visual discrimination problem. Visual discrimination is the ability to determine similaritiesRead More
Does your child struggle with reading? Or have difficulty completing a puzzle? It could be a visual closure problem. The ability to quickly view partsRead More
Does your child struggle with spelling or have comprehension difficulties? It could be a visual memory problem. The ability to remember what we see isRead More
Signs of Visual Processing Information Dysfunction
Is your child below grade level in reading, writing or even playing sports? It could be a sign of visual information processing dysfunction. A visualRead More
Guide to Visual Information Processing
Does your child have any reading or learning difficulties? It could be a sign of a visual processing dysfunction.
Visual processing dysfunction (VPD) refers to a variety of vision issues that have nothing to do with .
Visual information processing allows the brain to understand and interpret what the eyes see. When processing is impaired, a child’s ability to excel in school, sports, and social situations could be affected. Even if a child has 20/20 vision, they may have difficulties processing visual information.