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Why is it important?

Good visual perceptual skills are important for many every day skills such as reading, writing, completing puzzles, cutting, drawing, completing math problems, dressing as well as many other skills. Without the ability to complete these everyday tasks, a child's self esteem can suffer and their academic performance is compromised.

visual perception include:
Sensory Processing
Visual Attention
Visual Discrimination
Visual Memory
Visual Spatial Relation Ships
Visual Sequential-Memory
Visual Figure Ground
Visual Form Constancy
Visual Closure

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