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Hitting the Books
Your child's ability to read, concentrate and learn depends on efficient vision—not just good eyesight.
In order to send reading material to the brain for thorough comprehension, both eyes need to:
Not Making the Grade
When critical visual skills—aiming, focusing, tracking, and teaming—aren’t making the grade, learning becomes more difficult. These symptoms, and more, often appear:
On the Honor Roll
Although Dr. Liberman recommends vision exercises for most children, he always suggests that you first consult with your vision specialist.
Please Note: The EYEPORT® has not been evaluated for dyslexia or other specific reading disorders. Furthermore, non-medical claims refer to the improvement of visual capabilities in normal, non-pathological eyes. These results may not be what the typical user would experience.
As a vision Educator, I have
used the EYEPORT extensively with children and young athletes. The first
child I worked with was a 10-year-old boy who had difficulty reading.
He couldn't read for more than 10 minutes without becoming fatigued or
falling asleep. He has been using the EYEPORT system for 6 months and
recently brought me his "straight A" report card. "
"...as many as one in four, or 25%,
of school-age children may have a vision problem that can affect learning."
"When I had difficulties in school,
I didn't think it was because of a vision problem, I thought it was just,
you know, some people are smarter than others. I can do my homework faster
and everything just seems to be faster and better."
© 2007 Exercise Your Eyes, Inc. The Eye Exercise System