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Visually related learning difficulties

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Improved attention

Jordan 10 year old male

Jordan has progressed tremendously in grade 4, evident from his excellent marks on report cards and teacher feedback.  The issues of attention and concentration have been addressed.  I believe with an easier way Jordan now uses his eyes to interpret what he sees when it comes to motor skills, especially hand writing and printing legibly, Jordan can excel at this with concentration and taking his time.  School work has lost the frustration it had in grade 3.

Matthew 8 year old male

For Matthew, we have noticed a huge change in his attitude at home! This has also been observed by visiting friends and family. He is more attentive when spoken to though still doesn't seem to be paying attention (he has shown on numerous occasions that he is indeed paying attention)!

Evan 9 year old male

After 6 months of vision therapy. Evan's work at schools continues to improve with respects to his spelling and his ability to focus in class. Letter reversals in his printing are rare now; he still occasionally has some number reversals. He is more efficient at completing his homework as well.

Evan's piano teacher has reported that his ability to read the notes is getting better and better. Although this can still be difficult at times he does not rely solely on playing by ear as he did before.

We also continue to notice improvements in Evan's hand-eye coordination. His ability to handle and shoot the puck at hockey continues to improve. When he was playing catch with his Dad last week, Evan was able to catch the ball in his glove with ease and consistently. This is a great improvement over last year at this time. Evan demonstrates an increased interest in al sports and is now also playing basketball at school and football at recess with his friends.

We are so pleased with Evan's progress this far. It has been a lot of work and a big commitment but seeing the results keeps us going.

Great job Evan!!! And thank you, thank you, thank you to Dr. Neufeld!

(Additional success story):

Evan is more focused in all of his activities and does not requrie the frequent redirection back to the task at hand that he used to.