Vision Therapy is a type of physical therapy for the eyes and the brain. It is a non-surgical treatment for many common visual problems, and can treat reading and learning difficulties caused by weak visual processing.
Vision Therapy goes beyond Orthoptics as it targets the entire visual system, including the eyes, the brain and the body. It trains the brain to receive information through the eyes more effectively, process it quickly and react adaptively.
Our vision therapy works on the following abilities are more:
- Automaticity of letter, number and word naming
- Auditory memory
- Auditory Sequencing & Integration
- Divided Attention
- Motor Planning and Sequencing
- Reading fluency
- Speed and Span of Recognition
- Sustained Visual Attention
- Visual Memory
- Visual-Auditory Integration
- Visual-Vestibular Integration
- Visual Spatial Memory
- Visual Cognitive
Why is Vision Therapy Important?
Poor vision may be the root cause of your child’s learning difficulties. Vision issues may cause poor handwriting, clumsiness, loss of place while reading, lack of retention when reading, difficulty in paying attention and maintaining concentration.
Children with undiagnosed vision problem are often diagnosed with learning difficulties or even attention deficit disorder. Vision Therapy offers a special approach to train the child to develop the visual and sensorimotor skills required for effective classroom learning.
Our Vision Therapy uses the Sanet Vision Integrator (SVI), which is designed to improve visual abilities for a wide range of issues, including visually-related learning problems, lazy eye, and even traumatic brain injury.
Using the SVI, we operate over 20 different procedures, customisable to your specific needs.