Eye tracking problems are also called eye movement problems. It is when one or both eyes do not move quickly, seamlessly or accurately from one thing to another. Also the inability of a child to latch onto one single target, such as a word. The technical term for this is “oculomotor dysfunction” and can present…Read More
VISION AND LEARNING For most school children, as much as 80% of their learning occurs through their eyes. Reading a blackboard, looking at books, using a computer, watching the teacher and observing the other students are some of the ways vision is used in the classroom. Being able to understand the information that comes through…Read More
Computer use at work and at home lead to a number of visual and eye-related complaints. Studies have shown that between 50 and 90 percent of regular computer users exhibit bothersome visual symptoms. Symptoms include: Blurred Vision Double Vision Dry, red eyes Eye irritation Headaches Neck or Back pain We live in a world where…Read More
“The American Academy of Pediatrics’ policy on children and media is probably best known for two recommendations: to discourage any screen time for children under 2, and to limit screen time to two hours a day for older children.” Technology has transformed our daily lives and has created new questions about screen time for children.…Read More
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