As parents, it’s near-impossible to know everything that’s happening during your child’s school day. Are they being given every tool they need to learn properly? Are they attending to their lessons? Are they getting the extra help they need because of a learning disability?
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If you want to have healthy, strong muscles, you need to be active. Exercise ensures that your body doesn’t slowly deteriorate from inactivity. When you need to recover from an injury, physical therapy is one of the most efficient and healthy ways to get your muscles back into tip-top shape. Similarly, if your eyes aren’t performing properly, you may be experiencing symptoms that vision therapy can help correct!
Here’s a staggering statistic: 60 to 80 percent of the brain is involved in vision, so the way our minds interpret what we see has everything to do with how we learn. When a child sits down in front of a whiteboard, if they can’t see it properly, they’re not set up for success – but nearsightedness and farsightedness are just two of the vision issues that can alter how effectively our kids learn. Below, discover some things every parent of a young child should know about vision and learning.