Astigmatism, Dry Eye, Hyperopia, and More. How They Effect Learning
Astigmatism, glaucoma, dry eye, and other conditions could impact how someone learns, particularly for children. At Insight Vision Center Optometry, we work to diagnose and address this issue with our top-level eye vision services.
Different Students, Different Challenges
- Dyslexia: Issues like frequently skipping lines while reading, words moving on the page, difficulties with fluency, and struggles with spatial concepts may indicate problems with vision.
- Dysgraphia/Dyscalculia: Difficulties in visualizing math concepts, judging distances, interpreting angles and proportions, and translating thoughts onto paper could indicate visual processing difficulties.
- ADHD: Visual challenges can sometimes be mistaken for ADHD, as students with vision problems may struggle to maintain attention or easily display hyperactive behaviors.
- ASD: Children with ASD often face vision problems such as difficulty tracking while reading, peripheral vision problems, and strabismus or amblyopia. They may also experience visual processing issues related to spatial awareness, visual memory, and sequencing.
- Down Syndrome: Eye conditions common in Down syndrome students, such as high prescriptions, lazy eyes, and nystagmus, can make reading and writing particularly challenging.
Our Robust Eye Vision Services
At Insight Vision Center Optometry, you will find an array of eye vision services tailored to address diverse visual requirements, from astigmatism treatments to personalized contact lenses. Our services stretch from routine eye exams to specialized educational vision assessments.
Call Us and Enjoy Better Vision for a Brighter Future
Do you wish to improve your or your kid’s learning experience? Call us at (714) 486-3315 to treat astigmatism, dry eye, or any other condition.