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  • Children's Vision
    Articles form Children Special Needs Organization with information on lazy eye, crossed-eyes, strabismus, developmental delays, eye muscle surgery, dyslexia, binocular vision impairments, etc.

  • College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD) This organization serves as the certifying body for Doctors in the Optometric specialty called Behavioral/Developmental/Rehabilitative Optometry.

  • The Irlen Institute The Irlen Syndrome is a type of perceptual processing problem related to sensitivity to lights, glare, patterns, colors, and contrast. This type of perceptual processing disorder affects 12-14% of the population; this number increases to almost 50% in the autistic population.

  • BEHAVIORAL INDICATORS  (from www.Irlen.com)
    Behavior may provide you with an insight into whether your child suffers from sensitivity to light, misperceptions, or inhibition problems.  Often, the behavior is misinterpreted and is not understood to be an attempt to reduce the offending environmental stimuli.  Instead, it may look like stereotyped mannerisms, hyperactivity, finger mannerisms, or an unusual interest in stimuli and/or sensory preoccupation.  A sample of some behaviors which may indicate perceptual problems are:

  • Looking in a series of short glances

  • Looking away from visual targets

  • Squinting or looking down

  • Finger flicking

  • Sideway glances

  • Poor eye contact

  • Rubbing or pushing on eyes

  • Mesmerized by colors, patterns, or light

  • Behavior changes in bright lights or sunlight

  • Poor spatial or body awareness

  • Light sensitivity

  • Difficulties with stairs, escalators, or catching balls
     

  • Meredith W. Morgan University Eye Care Center University of California School of Optometry 510/642-2020

  • Northern California Branch of the International Dyslexia Association

  • Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association International, Inc. (NORA

  • Optometric Extension Program (OEP) Foundation. The OEP Foundation is an international non-profit organization that serves the educational needs of behavioral optometrists by providing continuing education credits and provides public information about vision care. If you would like to go directly to their referral list of doctors, click here

  • PAVE Parents Active for Vision Education (P.A.V.E.) is a national non-profit education, resource and support organization whose mission is to raise public awareness of the crucial relationship between vision and achievement.

  • Local PAVE Chapters in California:

  • The Center for Visual Management

  • Vision & Learning: A Resource for Parents & Educators
    This website was developed for parents and educators in an effort to increase their level of understanding about how vision and learning are related. It is comprehensive in nature and designed to give a "101" course on vision and learning as well as provide other resources to gain knowledge on vision.

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