Category: reading disability

Neurological Impress Method 2

This version of Neurological Impress Method (NIM) is a complement to Neurological Impress activity offering an alternate perspective on things. This version is based more closely on the original work by Heckelman in the 1960’s (see below). Introduction: Beginning readers,…

“Your Child Is Mildly Mentally Retarded”

(Note to parents: Is your child struggling in school or showing signs of other behavior problems? Check vision first before any other testing or interventions. It is the most logical, kindest, and cost-effective place to start. The following story is…

Review of Auditory and Visual Processing

Recommended Reading: Article from the Journal of Behavioral Optometry Vol23/2012/No 4. Download: Historical Perspectives on Auditory and Visual Processing This review by Dr. Len Press covers a lot of ground in a very few pages. It exposes the broad issues…

INPP

See Also: http://drboulet.com/neuro-developmental-delay/ The Institute for Neuro-Physiological Psychology was set up in 1975 by PhD Psychologist Peter Blythe to research into the effects of immaturity in the functioning of the central nervous system on learning outcomes, emotional functioning and behaviour.…

Vision and Learning

For more information about how vision impacts upon learning at ages 5 and beyond, watch this informative video: http://video.wtvi.org/video/1502680017 About the video: Dr. Genia Beasley is a developmental optometrist working in North Carolina, USA. She was interviewed for HealthWise, local…

Child Visual Development

This excellent review provides a concise overview of child visual development from birth to 12 months. The page also includes tips on how to ensure your child is developing well. http://infantsee.org/x3638.xml Children should be assessed for visual dysfunction by 12…

Facts About Vision and Learning

A colleague in the United States put together this short list of facts about learning and vision. I have repeated some of it here with some modifications: Most people think that if a person’s visual acuity is 20/20, their vision…