Visual perceptual skills are a key component to academic success
Visual perception is how we see and interpret the visual information around us.

Visual perceptual processing is especially important when learning.  Without visual perceptual processing a child cannot accurately learn to read, give or follow instructions, copy from the white board or from a book, visualize objects, visualize past events, remember things visually, have good eye-hand coordination, integrate visual information with other senses (balance, hearing, etc), or hear a sound and visually recognize where it is coming from (like a police siren), just to name a few.

Some children's visual perceptual processing skills do not develop normally.   These children need help to learn these skills, and then practice using them so they become integrated and automatic.

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Posted by Artisan Optics at 10/9/2010 9:35:00 PM
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