Learning disability? Behavioral problem?
Could it really be poor visual processing skills?
Eye disorders and visual processing problems are often overlooked or misdiagnosed in children who are having trouble in school. Watch this video to learn more…
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Parents, teachers and professionals come to us when a child or adolescent is experiencing learning or behavioral problems that may be vision-related.
A math learning center is a place where students can go to get help with their math homework, to review for tests, and to explore new and challenging aspects of mathematics.
At a math learning center, you can expect to find tutors who are knowledgeable in all levels of mathematics, from basic arithmetic through calculus and beyond. You can also expect to find a variety of resources available to help you succeed in your studies, including textbooks, workbooks, computers with math software, and practice problems.
A math learning center is a place where students can go to receive extra help with their math skills. The center may offer one-on-one tutoring, group tutoring, or review classes. In addition, the center may provide homework help, practice tests, and other resources to help students improve their math skills.
Dr. Nicholson and the members of his practice provide testing and treatment for vision problems that affect the ability of your child to learn. Try Dyscalculia test
The vision therapy patients who we have treated enjoy remarkable improvement to their learning ability, and they regain that ability quite quickly. For example kindergarten math problems
can be a great way for your child to learn important mathematical concepts. However, it is important to choose the right problems for your child so that they are able to understand and solve them correctly.
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