Visual Motor Problems
We use vision to guide our movements. Fine motor difficulties such as problems with handwriting, coloring, drawing, cutting with scissors, staying on the line as they write, completing written assignments, misaligning digits in columns and frustration with other paper and pencil activities are often associated with problems with visual-motor integration (eye-hand coordination.)
Gross motor difficulties, such as general clumsiness, trouble with sports (hitting or catching a ball), and other inefficiencies are often associated with problems with visual-motor integration as well (eye-body coordination.)
Indiana Vision Development Center, PC provides effective treatment for accelerated development in visual motor skills leading to improved visual-motor speed, legibility and confidence with written tasks. General coordination and sports performance also improve as the visual-motor skills are developed.