Vision and Reading
Vision is the prerequisite for reading. Poor vision skills lead to poor reading skills. When reading is introduced to a child who has not developed good eye movement, focusing, binocular and visual information processing and / or visual integrative abilities, the child will struggle with, and generally want to avoid, reading.
At Indiana Vision Development Center, PC, we develop the visual efficiency which is needed for the reading process. Once these under-developed an / or un-developed visual processes have been established, reading and learning becomes much easier.
Please evaluate your child (or yourself) with our weighted symptom checklist to determine if a vision problem may be causing them (or you) to struggle with reading.