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What is Eye Teaming?

Eye teaming is the ability of the eyes to work together as in an efficient, coordinated team to create a clear and single picture when looking near or far. It is the ability to have clear, comfortable single vision.

Symptoms of underdeveloped eye teaming include:


  • Regularly experiences headaches after a school or workday

  • Routinely has double vision

  • May tilt your head when reading

  • Usually wants to avoid reading

  • Often squints, covers or closes one eye


Eye Teaming is a treatable visual skill. 


Specifically designed exercises can help our eyes work together as a coordinated team. Clear and comfortable vision allows us to see, feel, and perform our best as we navigate through our daily lives.

Eye Teaming
Eye Focusing


What is Eye Focusing?  


Eye focusing is the ability to see an object clearly and to easily switch our focus from near to far and back again for sustained periods of time.

Symptoms include:


  • Difficulty remembering what you just read

  • Holding things very close or far away to read

  • Headaches after reading

  • Blinking or rubbing your eyes during/after up-close tasks

  • Difficult time copying notes from the board to your paper

  • Progressively blurry vision when reading for long periods of time

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Eye Focusing is a treatable visual skill. 

Customized activities and exercises can be designed to improve this fundamental visual skill to see objects near and far with ease. 


What is Eye Tracking?


Eye Tracking is coordinating fast movement of the eyes between two stationary or moving targets.

It allows us to efficiently move our eyes along a line of print without overshooting or undershooting, or mistakenly aiming our eyes at lines above or below.

Symptoms of underdeveloped eye tracking include:

  • Skips over words or lines when reading

  • Poor reading fluency/comprehension

  • May appear to make “careless” errors

  • Difficulty with eye-hand activities including games and sports

  • Regularly mistakes words with similar beginnings or endings

  • Repeatedly uses a finger to keep place when reading

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Eye Tracking is a treatable visual skill. 


Customized eye exercises that train the eyes to track objects moving at various speeds and directions can develop this fundamental visual skill.  Better eye-tracking improves reading speed and comprehension and increases performance in sports and daily physical activities. 

Eye Tracking


What is Visual Processing?

Visual processing refers to the brain's ability to use and interpret visual information from the world around us. 

Symptoms of underdeveloped visual processing include:


  • Difficulty recognizing similarities and differences between objects and images based on shape and size.

  • Routinely reverses or misreads letters, numbers, and words

  • Inaccurately recalls visual information over time

  • Struggles to coordinate body movement, e.g. Hand-Eye coordination

  • Is distracted by too much visual information

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Visual Processing is a treatable visual skill. 


Anyone who has not developed good eye tracking, eye teaming and eye focusing skills will often have more difficulty with visual processing skills. Fortunately, these skills can be treated and strengthened with vision therapy, enabling a person to accurately and easily perceive the world around them, process information, learn, and coordinate body movement.

Visual Processing


What is Depth Perception?


Depth perception is the ability to perceive the world in three dimensions (3D) and to recognize where we are in relation to objects in the world around us.

Symptoms of underdeveloped depth perception include:

  • Difficulty judging oncoming traffic

  • Often tripping or bumping into things

  • Difficulty with parallel parking

  • Poor eye-hand coordination 

  • Difficulty with a variety of sports

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Depth Perception is a treatable visual skill.  


Inter-active open-space activities can be specifically designed to achieve the clear, comfortable binocular vision underlying accurate depth perception.  This enables a person to safely and easily relate to objects in the world around them.

Depth Perception
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