Vision skills are essential foundations for literacy, as well as the mastery of play and life skills. Early detection of vision problems can set the stage for enhanced learning potential and the discovery of life-threatening diseases. There are different types of eye-care professionals, each committed to a particular facet of vision skills. It is important to understand the roles they each play in your child’s overall eye health.
One of my most popular blogs describes the roles of eye-care professionals, as well as important information about vision skills. I share it here with you again as a resource for parents, teachers, and therapists. Just click on those beautiful eyes to read it!
Katherine J. Collmer, M.Ed., OTR/L, is a pediatric occupational therapist who specializes in the assessment and remediation of handwriting skills. In her current book, Handwriting Development Assessment and Remediation: A Practice Model for Occupational Therapists, she shares a comprehensive guide and consistent tool for addressing handwriting development needs. She can be contacted via her website, Handwriting With Katherine.
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