Are you an educator or parent concerned about a struggling child? You may have already read the research showing that eye tracking problems can cause problems with reading and learning and even mimic learning disabilities like dyslexia or ADD/ADHD. Perhaps you’ve already spoke with the parent of a child who has had these conditions treated. Either way, you want to learn more.
Book Dr. Cameron McCrodan, OD, FCOVD for a workshop for your school or PAC today. Learn about how eye movement problems can impact reading and learning, and how to identify them.
- How visual function impacts reading and learning
- The signs and symptoms
- About the research supporting testing and treatment
- What testing you need to ask for (most exams do not test these areas)
- How these conditions impact psycho-educational testing
- How these conditions can interfere with educational support
- Treatment possibilities (what does and does not work)
Common related conditions: Dyslexia, Learning disabilities, Gifted but Learning Disabled, dysgraphia, developmental coordination disability, attention deficit disorder (ADD/ADHD), and children with autism spectrum disorder are more likely to have these visual conditions.
Workshop Fee: $1000 (Fee waived for non-profits, schools, and PACS if booked by July 1 2019)