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on July 27 appears to cobble together outdated research and vision science, such as the controversial Irlen lens, in an attempt to discredit optometric vision therapy, according to prominent optometrists.            The policy statement, developed by the American Academy of Pediatrics, Section on Ophthalmology; American Academy of Ophthalmology; American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus;  and American Association of Certified Orthoptists, sheds doubt on the claim that vision therapy treats dyslexia – a claim that vision researchers and clinicians have not made for decades. It also ignores the evidence of ...
is a broad group of techniques aimed at correcting and improving binocular, oculomotor, visual processing, and perceptual disorders." 1 Vision therapy encompasses a wide variety of non-surgical methods 2 which some have divided into two broad categories: 1) Orthoptic vision therapy , also known as orthoptics (essentially includes strabismic visual therapy). Orthoptics aims to treat binocular vision disorders such as strabismus , and diplopia . This kind of visual therapy is commonly practiced by optometrists as well as occupational therapists under the guidance of some ophthalmologists and pediatric ophthalmologists ; ...
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Visual Skill and How It Affects Reading and Learning
Many visual skills are required for competent and successful learning. The lack of these skills doesn't CAUSE learning disabilities...however, they can mask as ADHD, Dyslexia, Learning Disabilities, and Behaviour Disorders. Many children get treatment for ADHD when, in fact, they have vision problems. More than a few struggle in remedial settings... with little success...because their reading and learning approaches look like learning disabilities. Their skills are just like those of children who really do have learning disabilities. Because of that, it would be wise to check out children who are suspected of this and ... market research, surveys and trends
What is Phonics? Do Children Need Phonics…to Learn to Read ...
Teaching phonics takes time. From our family’s experience, and from studies throughout a century, phonics is worth the time!  While phonics is just one aspect of learning to read, it can be a strong springboard to reading well.   Our family is tremendously grateful to Bonnie L. Dettmer for showing so many of us how to teach phonics! What is phonics, anyway? Back when our family started homeschooling (18 years ago) I had only a vague idea about phonics.   I knew that phonics was connected to reading and that there was some “fuss” or controversy about it.  That’s all I knew.   In teaching my child to read I stumbled upon phonics. ... market research, surveys and trends

SURVEY RESULTS FOR
LEARNING RELATED VISUAL

Individual Supportive Education Reform Agenda For New Jers…
annual cost avoidance in special education funding of $200 Million. ... Nationwide some 80 percent of SLD students have primary difficulties with reading. ... Recent studies looking at learning related visual problems in both “regular” ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Vision First Foundation
In 1999, National PTA took a bold step and became the first organization to recognize a hidden disability affecting learning and school performance.  Delegates at the 103rd annual National PTA convention adopted the resolution, Learning Related Vision Problems, to improve children’s vision care.   According to the resolution, “More than 10 million children suffer from vision problems and that learning related vision problems, if accurately diagnosed, can be treated successfully and permanently.”  National PTA resolved to provide information about learning related vision problems and ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Ring Festival passes 'event baton' to Getty for 'Pacific Standard Time'
After sipping wine and munching grilled fruit in the J. Paul Getty Museum’s entrance hall Wednesday, about 200 members of the Los Angeles arts scene witnessed the business at hand: a literal passing of the baton so that arts-impresarioship as a community-wide undertaking continues. The passer was Los Angeles Opera, orchestrator not only of its own just-concluded production of Richard Wagner’s epic “Ring” cycle, but of the Ring Festival that sprang up around it, as 122 cultural organizations hitched themselves to the Wagnerian wagon and mounted their own exhibitions, performances, film screenings and talks, discussions and ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
THINKING OUTSIDE THE BIO-PSYCHIATRIC PARADIGM BY DR. DAN L. EDMUNDS, ED..D.
As a person working within the mental health profession, I once challenged colleagues to examine the work that they do without using the terms 'mental illness', 'treatment', 'diagnosis' or the like. I could see that initially this was a challenging exercise, however the key terms that came forward were: conflict resolution, mediation, coaching, guiding. These terms become important when we realize that those who have been labeled as seriously distressed and 'mentally ill' are individuals who have undergone conflict in their lives. These individuals are seeking a ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

INFORMATION RESOURCES

Have you ever used the phrase, “Do you see what I mean?” This
What is a Learning-Related Visual Problem? An estimated 25% of school-age children have vision problems ... Treatment of Learning-Related Visual Problems ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Learning Standards for The Arts
Students with diverse learning needs may need accommodations or adaptations of ...... understand the variety of careers related to the visual ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
WEBSITES FOR ISSUES RELATED TO BLINDNESS AND VISUAL IMPAIRMENT
Closing the Gap, Inc. This organization focuses on computer technology for people with special needs through its bi-monthly newspaper, annual international conference and extensive website. http://www.closingthegap.com DOTS FOR FAMILIES. Ongoing Literacy for Families of Children with Visual Impairment.� This site offers families and others the opportunity to learn about braille and how the young child might use braille to develop literacy skills. Starting with the braille alphabet, families and others can learn to read and write beginning braille through 15 short lessons. Other pages on this web site include Who's Who ...
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Special Education: learning disabilities, behavioral optometrist ...
This a a relatively new therapy. I've enclosed a number of articles that serves toexplain the theory and application. What is Behavioral Optometry? You may not be aware of it, but your visual system brings you much information about your world. When you look at something, you don't just "see" with your eyes; you inspect, discriminate, identify and interpret - all as a part of your visual system. Behavioral optometry is an expanded area of optometric practice. When you visit your behavioral optometrist, you may notice a difference in your examination. You will find that you are tested for specific visual ...
Special Education: Developmental Optometry and Vision Therapy as a ...
Questions concerning special education: IEP, assessments, Due Process, mediation, resolution conference, federal law, state law, qualifying for services, residential treatment, special day classes, resource specialists, procedures, having your child assessed, adaptive PE, speech & language, non-public school, FAPE, and tuition reimbursement. Experience I have been an education advocate representing students and parents for six years. My experience includes: representing my clients in IEPs, SSTs, Due Process, review assessment results for my clients, and mediations. I have represented clients with learning disabilities, autism, ...