Vision is learned. A child learns to see just like he learns to walk and talk. When learning to walk and talk, he has the added opportunity of imitating his parents and siblings. In addition, parents can observe their children to determine if walking and talking are developing properly. Vision development, however, generally proceeds without much concerned awareness on the part of parents. Because of these differences in development, no two people see exactly alike
THE 20/20 DOES NOT TELL YOU IF YOUR CHILD:
THE NEEDED VISUAL SKILLS
Through Vision Therapy he can be taught to develop this skill just like he can be taught to team his eyes together.
Evidence-based exercises and proven effective for nearly all ages.
Corrects the binocular vision problem, therefore standard patching/drops is not typically required
Has no negative side effects
Gives the patient the ability sees in 3-D and experience depth perception
Results occur much faster