Tag: vsa

Visual Signal Acquisition

Bunt Ball

Download this pdf file: Bunt Ball See Also: Bunt Ball Video Instruction on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dUdZ7LEAG3w&feature=related

Perceptual Speed Letters

Perceptual Speed Letters Download this pdf: Perceptual Speed Letters This activity is designed to help build visual search skills, saccadic (jump) movements, and letter recognition. It is appropriate for all ages and only minimal letter recognition is required. Material: Begin…

Hidden Words

  Hidden Words 1      Hidden Words 2     Hidden Words 3 Hidden Words 4      Hidden Words 5     Hidden Words 6 Purpose:  To develop flexibility in visual scanning through a search for meaningful figure/ground relationships in an ambiguous field. Materials: Hidden word…

Coding

Materials: Download and print the attached document: Coding Procedure: Follow the instructions on the attached document. Coding is based on the following table where each letter is represented by a row and column reference. So, for example, A1 is ‘C’,…

Pencil Pushups

Pencil Push-Ups Here’s an easy and effective technique to build convergence range for those who have trouble ‘crossing’ their eyes, a skill required for looking at near objects like books. Note: Pencil Pushups alone are not sufficient for managing Convergence…

Shape Touch

Shape Touch 323 Shape Touch 1 324 Shape Touch Wksht Shape Touch 1 and 2 are simple yet challenging and are appropriate for all skill levels, but they are especially helpful in young people first learning language concepts. This activity…

Ocular Motility and Dyslexia

There is no question that ‘dyslexics’ almost always have difficulty controlling the fine eye movements required for reading. While this does not cause dyslexia, troubled eye movement control is frequently the cause of other difficulties in reading. In either case,…

Pen Rock

    Pen Rock This simple technique can be practiced just about anywhere.  To load the task, push yourself to keep the near target very clear and push it slowly closer to the bridge of your nose. Watch this video…

On Dyslexia, VSA, and VSP

  On Dyslexia, VSA (Visual Signal Acquisition), and VSP (Visual Signal Processing) Dyslexia (SRD) is an example of a disorder that is symptomatic of a more fundamental and profound neurological problem. It involves elements of dysfunctional visual signal acquisition and…