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Vision Issues

How They Affect Reading And Learning

Over 10 million children suffer from undetected vision problems in the United States. Almost 1 out of every 5 school-aged children struggles with reading. Some suffer from dyslexia or a learning disability, but a large number of these children have something in common. Their language processing and phonetic awareness skills are intact; their vision is not. Vision is often the hidden problem that keeps students from doing well in school.

Vision problems are often overlooked because the child appears to be able to see; and doesn’t complain about his eyes. He may also have passed a vision screening exam (with 20/20), or has not had a comprehensive vision exam.

Vision and learning are closely related; about 80% of what a child learns in school is presented visually. Vision also plays a major role in reading. Kids must have clear, crisp eye sight to see print. While many schools do vision screening (typically measures distance vision using eye charts), children’s vision as it relates to reading and learning involves much more. Vision problems can make a child look like they are not paying attention, are lazy, or are not trying hard enough.

These children may have also have been misdiagnosed as having dyslexia, ADHD, or learning disabled. Vision issues deal with visual problems, and are not the same as language-based reading problems. That is why it is imperative to include a comprehensive eye exam by a developmental optometrist to consider or rule out all causes of reading and learning problems.

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