There’s more to vision than glasses…

Occupational therapy practitioners treat the whole child


The Developmental Eye Movement Test

The Developmental Eye Movement test is easy to administer and quick to score.  Occupational therapist and national presenter on vision Robert Constantine recommended it for school-based therapists because the results correlate to reading fluency.  Constantine recommends, “don’t bother assessing visual perception if you haven’t checked their vision”.  

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