Visual Perceptual Skills
Visual perception is the process of extracting and organising information, giving meaning to what we see. It is required to perform everyday tasks, such as reading, copying information from a board or understanding symbols.
Components of visual perception include:-
If you are concerned that your child may have visual perceptual difficulties, please seek the advice of an Occupational Therapist for an individual assessment. Information you will find on this site with regard to visual perception will be general in nature.
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