Dyslexia Treatment

Dyslexia is the most common learning disability among children and is marked by difficulties in reading, writing, spelling and sometimes even speaking. Common symptoms of dyslexia include letter and number reversal, reading comprehension challenges, eyestrain and focus problems, and difficulty sounding out letters and words. Some children who have dyslexia may also exhibit difficulties with…

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Proprioception

Proprioception

The brain constantly engages in a process designed to position the body based on the information it receives from our senses. This ability is made possible because of the existence of proprioceptive processes. Proprioception can be explained as the awareness of movement and body position. Sometimes is is also defined as the body’s joint and muscle positioning system. Effective proprioceptive processes are dependent upon the ability of the brain to integrate information from all of the sensory systems including feedback from muscles, joints, vision, the tactile sense (touch/pressure) and the sense of balance (vestibular system).

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Binocular Teaming

Binocular teaming is the ability of both eyes to work together to provide accurate information to the brain. Binocularity and stereopsis (the working together of the two eyes in providing different views to the brain which are integrated into one image) are important visual processing skills and are responsible for providing depth perception. These visual…

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