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If your Child Dislikes Reading, they may Have an Underlying Vision Problem

Relevant visual skills required for reading include eye-tracking, eye-teaming, convergence, accommodation, and visual fixation — all skills that are assessed during a functional visual evaluation.

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Improve your Child’s Learning with Vision Therapy

Vision therapy can be an effective tool for helping children with learning problems. It’s important to consult an eye doctor to determine if vision therapy is necessary for your child.

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When Visual Dysfunction Causes Motion Sickness | Vision Therapy in Winnipeg

Have you ever experienced motion sickness while on a boat, car, or plane? If so, you might suffer from See-Sick Syndrome, also known as Neuro-Ocular Vestibular Dysfunction (NOVD). This condition occurs when there is a malfunction in the coordination between the visual, vestibular, and proprioceptive systems. Call us at Grand...
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Can Vision Therapy Benefit A Child With a Learning Disability?

Vision therapy can address underlying visual problems that can mimic or exacerbate a learning disability.

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How Can Poor Vision Affect Your Child’s Behavior?

Did you know that poor visual skills can contribute to behavioral problems in children? Read on to learn how vision therapy can help address these behavioral issues and how Grand Developmental Vision Institute can help.

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What Causes a Child to Be a Slow Learner?

When a child is considered a ‘slow learner,’ parents and teachers often assume the problem is ADHD or a learning disability. Many don’t realize that a visual deficit is at the root of the problem. Find out how vision therapy can help your child succeed in school and in sports.