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Event: Does your child struggle with reading? It could be in the eyes!


Event Date: July 19, 06:15pm

Event Details:

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Reading Problem Checklist

  •  Attention span shortens when doing intense close-up work

  •  Poor concentration when reading.

  •  Skips words or lines while reading.

  •  Often overlooks or misreads short words.

  •  Takes “hours” to do homework that should take a few minutes.

  •  Slow-hesitant reading even when re-reading material.

  •  Cannot comprehend material that has just been read.

  •  Must re-read to obtain meaning.

  •  Falls asleep or gets tired when reading, especially toward end of the school day.

  •  Rubs eyes, red eyes or gets headaches in the afternoon.

  •  Must use finger or marker to hold place while reading.

If you said yes to three or more of these signs and symptoms, it is likely that a correctable vision problem exists.

 

Could the problem be in the eyes?

About 25% of children today have undiagnosed vision problems that interfere with their ability to read, to learn, and even to pay attention.  The ability to use their eyes to focus, aim, track or scan a page of print is not up to the hard work of reading.  All of these visual functions must be working well for reading to be fast, efficient and fully comprehended.

You are invited to attend this talk to learn about common, correctable vision problems that can stand in the way of academic success, even tutoring and special instruction.

You’ll also hear about a successful treatment that removes these obstacles to allow efficient reading and learning.

 

 

Attend this educational talk to learn more!

 

Tuesday, July 19

6:15 – 7:15 p.m.

At Clarendon Vision Development Center, 103 Ogden Ave, Clarendon Hills, IL

Featuring Dr. Monika Spokas, Developmental Optometrist

 

We clear the way to more efficient learning!