Vision and Learning
Vision is responsible for up to 90% of what we learn. When our
visual system is working well, the learning process is more effective.
If a child has an undiagnosed vision problem, it could lead to:

Inappropriate Behavior

Decreased Comprehension

Task Avoidance

Dr. Meade has diagnosed and treated vision problems in thousands
of children. His one-hour lecture is designed to help educators and
parents understand the relationship between vision and the learning
process:
Vision and Academic
Success:
How to Identify Learning-Related
Vision Problems
The presentation will include:
How children process visual information

Visual demands in the classroom

Classroom behavior related to vision problems

Treatment options

Computers and visual stress
This presentation is designed for teacher in-service programs, students
enrolled in teacher certification classes, and PTA meetings. Please
contact
Vision Science Works and Dr. Meade will discuss the
specifics of the lecture with you.
Vision Science Works
Phone: (973) 903-0091
E-mail:
DrBob@visionscienceworks.com

This lecture is for information purposes only,
and is not meant to promote an
optometric practice or sell optical goods.

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