Sensory Processing Disorder: Symptoms & Treatment w/ Vision Therapy Integration Eye Exercises

submitted by Doctor Multimedia on 04/11/18 1

Macie's mom tells her family's story of detecting the symptoms and treatment of sensory processing disorder (also called Sensory Integration Dysfunction), developmental delays and learning disabilities for her child. Symptoms included very poor memory, organization, school work and test scores, rubbing her eyes while reading, and frequent and extreme irritability and fussing at home and at school. Macie couldn't read or do math or homework. She couldn't organize her belongings or room or stay on task. Within eight weeks of vision therapy, Macie's eyes began working together (binocular vision) and the family and her teachers discovered that she was "teachable." Now Macie is confident and she has the atttention and sensory integration skills to get things done! She's reading and doing math and so much happier! Hear what Macie's mom says about her daughter's success with Vision Therapy. Macie did Vision Therapy with The Optometric Center for Vision Therapy in Austin and San Antonio, Texas. Find them at www.ocvt.info. To find other expert eye doctors who provide vision therapy for sensory processing disorders, developmental delays and learning disabilities, go to www.visiontherapydirectory.com

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