We see many patients that have been formally diagnosed or suspect dyslexia because of similar symptoms. When we find difficulties with eye teaming, focusing and tracking or areas of visual perceptual weaknesses we can recommend helpful strategies to eliminate these underlying problems.

Although a truly dyslexic child may still need intensive educational help throughout their academic years it makes sense to start by improving their visual system for the best learning opportunity. When your child gains success learning in a way that best suits their particular way of processing information, their self-esteem soars.