Undiagnosed visual problems can impact with your child's learning and school success.
An undiagnosed vision problem such as amblyopia can be the underlying cause of your child's diagnosis of ADD, dyslexia, or other learning disorders.
To succeed in school a child needs more than 20/20 vision.
If a child is struggling in school or is exhibiting signs of a learning disorder, a developmental visual assessment is called for. Often, children who have problems with visual functioning can have learning and behavioral problems as well.
Even a child with 20/20 vision can have underlying visual problems, such as convergence insufficiency or poor eye tracking skills.
A comprehensive child's eye exam can ensure your child's has the best opportunity for school success.