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Visual Signal Processing

Visual Signal Processing

  To learn more about the science behind our techniques, you can consult the Background document in the public wiki. These VSP resources provide guidance and activities for developing visual signal processing skills. Visual signal processing occurs once an image target (the…

Rosner Dots / Patterns

  Rosner Forms/Dots are an effective and low-cost means of developing a number of visual and orthographic skills. The activities consist of replicating existing drawings onto grids of dots and have varying degrees of difficulty. These exercises are easy to…

Continuous Motion Eye-Hand

See Also: Continuous Motion Download and print: 291 Continuous Motion Eye-Hand 292 Continuous Motion Worksheet CONTINUOUS MOTION, EYE-HAND PURPOSE: To develop rhythmic, accurate eye-hand movement and a wide field of vision APPARATUS: Chalkboard, paper and pencil, sample worksheet (supplied) METHOD: 1.…

Pursuit Reading

  Purpose: To improve eye movement skills while reading. To pay attention to the foreground figure, and actively suppress/ignore the background. Material: Reading material to be read for comprehension, so it should be at an appropriate level and not too…

369 Pattern Matching

  369 Pattern Matching   See Also: • 123 Balance Board Materials: See attached document. Balance board (optional). Method/Approach: • In it’s simplest form, you are facing the client and produce a pattern using small straight objects (pens, pencils, crayons, paperclips, etc.).…

Components of Vision

Vision is a very active and complex sense and requires the finely tuned coordination of many different neural subsystems. The process of seeking information from the environment’s random and infinite visual signals is complex and relies on many sub-skills: • motor…

VSP: Visual Signal Processing

  VSP, or Visual Signal Processing, can be simplified as saying: What happens to a visual signal after the eyes have locked-on to it? That is, what does the brain ‘do’ with the signal when it arrives? Keep in mind…

VSA: Visual Signal Acquisition

VSA is the first order of concern in an assessment of visual function, and follows immediately after the comprehensive general health and eye health examination and history. Assessing VSA in young children is an effective means of screening for dyslexia…

Buying Toys

See Also: Favourite Toys Holiday/Birthday Toys: Have Fun and Build Vision We all grow following the same path, beginning from when sperm meets egg, through gestation, birth, and beyond. As we grow, we learn, without even trying. It’s a natural…

Favourite Toys

See Also: Buying Toys This page lists my favourite toys. These are chosen for a variety of reasons, including: >Value in promoting development of visual skills. >Value in promoting general physical and mental development. >Degree of interest and intrigue for…