Tag Archive: children with dyslexia

Helping children with dyslexia: Improving visual spatial relations

Dyslexia: Visual Spatial RelationsBy Sarah Evans (VisionWorks) 1 In this series from VisionWorks, we are exploring the visual difficulties often experienced by children with dyslexia. This time, we are looking at visual spatial relations and how to help your child develop this skill. Visual spatial relations is the ability to distinguish differences among similar objects or forms, – for…
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May 13, 2016 Tags:,

Helping children with dyslexia: Improving visual discrimination

Dyslexia: Visual DiscriminationBy Sarah Evans (VisionWorks) 1 In this series from VisionWorks, we are exploring the visual difficulties often experienced by children with dyslexia. This time, we are looking at visual discrimination and how to help your child develop this skill. Visual discrimination is the ability to recognise details in images. It allows people to identify the size, shape,…
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May 13, 2016 Tags:,

Tips for parents on supporting a child with dyslexia

Visual Perception and Dyslexia 1 Welcome to the first in a series of articles from VisionWorks, outlining the visual problems that dyslexic children can face. Visual perception is the ability to interpret, analyse and give meaning to what is seen. It is a set of skills we use to gather visual information from the environment and integrate…
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April 14, 2016 Tags:,