Any parent is concerned when their child has no interest in reading or is poor at mathematics. The next best thing to do is to send them to coaching classes. Could this be the right thing to do?

Roughly,15 out of 100 children are identified with a learning disability. However, if they have difficulty with reading, writing, mathematics, listening, speaking, or concentrating, then your child may have perceptual vision problem. Hence, they pull back from these tasks and left with a feeling of frustration. 

Let’s go behind the scenes of what goes on in a child’s brain. How the brain processes what it sees or hears has a direct result on learning. So, a child, who has difficulty in learning, reads and hears differently. Generally, the brain connects what it sees to information or familiar experiences. However, a child with perceptual vision problem struggles to make that connection. Most parents relate it to poor eyesight, lack of concentration, jerky eye movements, or crossed eyes. Au contraire, it is inherited or a result of being born prematurely. Also, a kid who experienced physical stress at the time of birth or after it, or severe head injury. 

Infection to the central nervous system can affect learning too. What does this mean? Is your child special? Children with learning-related vision problem just need additional activities to grasp their studies. What your child needs is vision therapy or remedial learning activities. It is a non-surgical process. It is a physical therapy for your visual system. The qualified doctor uses lenses, prisms, filters, and computer-assisted visual activities, balance boards, metronomes, non-computerized visual instruments and more.