Visual Perceptual Deficits



Fact of Fiction? Letter Reversals or Mirror Writing Are the Main Sign of Dyslexia

When learning to read, children may mistake certain letters for other similar ones, especially those that can be reversed or appear the same when seen in a mirror. The child may read “dog” as “bog” or look at the written word “was” and read it as “saw”.

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Dyslexia, Driving and Visual Processing Deficits

Dyslexia can affect one in many areas of your life, and driving a car is one of them. This is naturally caused by the dyslexic's reading difficulties, but also by visual processing deficits. Visual processing, also called visual perception, is the way the brain interprets what the eye sees, and visual processing deficits are viewed by Edublox as a possible cause of dyslexia.

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Understanding Visual Perceptual Skills and Visual Perceptual Deficits

The terms visual perceptual skills and visual processing skills are often used interchangeably, and refer to the skills that a person uses to make sense of what they see. Recognising letters and numbers, matching shapes, recognising a face, finding a toy in a messy cupboard, reading a road sign – these are all examples of how visual perception is used in everyday life.

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