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, eye movement control (an important element of VSA – visual signal acquisition) must be trained as a primary concern in cases of reading and learning difficulty.

The following article highlights some of the trouble with VSA among those with dyslexia.

Dyslexic Children Are Confronted with Unstable Binocular Fixation while Reading.pdf