Vision and learning: How vision skills can enhance or hinder learning

The process of learning runs in close association with vision. Without proper vision, learning can become a daunting task to carry out. Proper vision serves as a key sense and sets the fundamental base for learning.  Research shows, that more than 40% of primary school children suffer from underdeveloped Vision skills which interfere with their ability to learn. This is not tested by doctors and glasses do not help.

Vision training has simple tools for accurate testing as well as how to restore normal function and therefore easy learning. The presentation include two important tests (convergence insufficiency and visual sequential memory) and explanation about how to correct and retrain, both are vital skills for reading.

March 23


– 10:00



Leo Angart