by Lynda Dyer for Schooldaysmagazine.com.au
On the weekend I was once again asked to look into the function of a child’s eyes to see why they are having some difficulty at school recalling information. Most of these children are actually very bright, but do not find it easy to recall information and let their teachers or parents know that they are having difficulty.
This may leave them with a reputation that does not correctly reflect who they really are or their abilities. They are unaware of how to access their information using various eye patterns. This can often can be attributed to the inability to read or spell, hence the name dyslectic. 1