THE VISION & LEARNING CENTER
Vision Problems in Children with Sensory Processing Disorder
Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) affects a wide variety of people. Individuals with SPD and other different diagnoses or labels may have sensory issues such as sound sensitivity, difficulty screening out background noise, or visual sensitivity to fluorescent lights. SPD can occur in conjunction with autism, dyslexia, attention-deficit/hyperactivity
disorder, speech delay, and learning problems (Temple Grandin, PhD, Sensory Focus Magazine; Spring 2013).
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Developmental Optometry and PressVision
A specialized field, developmental optometry was formally introduced in 1971 with the formation of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD). You can learn more about COVD and developmental optometry at www.covd.org.
Developmental vision is complementary to behavioral optometry, which has its origins in the Optometric Extension Program (OEP). You can learn more about OEP and behavioral optometry at www.oepf.org.
The 21st century has seen developmental optometry blossom into a form of integrative or holistic care. We collaborate with other developmental and integrative professional who share similar concepts about tapping into the unlimited potential of children and their families.
There are many excellent publications that will provide you with more information about developmental vision on our website.
You can learn more about how we collaborate with occupational therapists here.
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