Does your child struggle with reading or comprehension? It could be a visual sequential memory problem.
The ability to remember the objects in a certain order is crucial to learning how to read, write, develop comprehension and succeed in math.
Schedule an evaluation with a vision therapy eye doctor who can help improve any visual problems your child may have.
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What is visual sequential memory?
Visual sequential memory is the ability to remember and recall a sequence of objects and/or events in the correct order.
For example, a child with poor visual sequential memory may read the word ‘felt’ as ‘left’ or ‘cat’ as ‘act.’
Signs of poor visual sequential memory
Your child might have trouble with visual sequential memory if they exhibit the following visual processing symptoms:
- Reading or comprehension difficulties
- Difficulty remembering forms (including shapes, orientation, sizes, and colors) or characters in the correct order
- Often whispers or talks aloud as they write
- Trouble spelling – misses, adds or jumbles letters within words
- Trouble recognizing and remembering patterns
If you suspect a problem in your child’s vision contact an eye doctor near you, to have your child’s vision evaluated.
How vision therapy can help
Vision therapy can improve visual sequential memory skills through eye exercises that help develop the child’s visual information processing skills.
These exercises will not only improve a child’s sequential memory issue, but help them improve their reading, comprehension and spelling skills so that their academic performance improves.
LEARN MORE: Guide to Vision and Learning Difficulties
Schedule an eye exam with an eye doctor near you who can diagnose and treat any vision problems your child may have.
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