Children’s Vision

Is your child performing poorly in school?
Does it take hours to complete homework assignments?
Does your child loose attention easily when doing schoolwork?

 

…If you answered YES to any of these questions, your child could be suffering from an undiagnosed visual disorder.

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At the Art of Eyecare, we are happy to provide extensive care through the Center for Vision and Learning to both children young and old who experience any of the following:

  • Eyestrain or headaches after reading for a short period of time
  • Inability to concentrate when reading
  • Frequent loss of place when reading
  • Good decoding skills, but poor comprehension
  • Avoidance of near tasks
  • Short attention span
  • Rubbing/closing an eye
  • Words moving on the page
  • Eye pain/Headaches
  • Difficulty copying

Approximately 1 out of 4 children have vision problems which interfere with their ability to achieve. The following are the most common disorders see in these individuals:

  • Eye Teaming
  • Eye Focusing
  • Eye Tracking
  • Visual Processing
  • Amblyopia

During a comprehensive eye examination at our offices, our doctors can determine if further evaluations are needed:

  • Visual Skills Evaluation
  • Visual Learning Evaluation

What if Vision Therapy is prescribed?

  • Vision Therapy