Entries by Nebraska Visual Integration Center

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Posture and Visual Stress In The Development Of Vision Disorders

How proper visual hygiene can help While many Individuals feel that most vision disorders are either hereditary or naturally occurring, there is substantial evidence that many non-pathological (disease) vision disorders are related to how we use our eyes and the ergonomics (posture) we use in school and work. Commonly known conditions such as nearsightedness and […]

ADHD & Vision

Attention Problems: Are They Due to Vision, ADHD, or Both? At Nebraska Visual Integration Center, many of the children and adults we see in Vision Therapy suffer from attention problems. It is very important to understand that if your child enjoys being read to, will sit and listen for long periods of time, but demonstrates […]

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What is Vision Therapy?

Vision is More than 20/20 Vision therapy, or vision rehabilitation, is a program of therapeutic activities that works on the eye-brain connections involved in visual coordination and visual processing. Vision therapy, is not eye exercises, nor is it designed to strengthen your eye muscles since they are generally very strong on their own. By influencing how the […]

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5 Visual Skills for the Classroom

Vision is more than seeing clearly! It’s the ability to obtain meaning and understanding from what we see with our eyes. Vision is a complex combination of learned skills including eye movement coordination, binocular fusion (eye teaming), accommodation (eye focus), and visual form perception. Visual Skills for the Classroom, Learning & Life Eye Tracking – the […]

Retained Primitive Motor Reflexes

Primitive Motor Reflexes and their Role in Vision Development Most people are familiar with retained motor reflexes, they just may not know it. They can be witnessed when: a baby’s head is turned to one side and the arm and leg on that side turn out and the baby assumes a ‘fencer’ pose; or if […]