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When Your Child Struggles The Myths of 20/20 Vision: What Every Parent Needs to Know Paperback – 1992
By: David Cook

Intended for parents, “When Your Child Struggles” is very informative, concise and easy to understand. For those of you with a limited (or no) medical background, you won’t need to Google medical terms or try to decipher complicated diagrams to get through this book. The book has three sections: Understanding 20/20; The Visual Abilities and Finding Help.

The Suddenly Successful Student & Friends: A Guide to Overcoming Learning & Behavior Problems – How Behavioral Optometry Helps Hardcover – 2009
By: Hazel Dawkins, Ellis Edelman & Constantine Forkiotis

Hazel Dawkins’ book is a must-read for parents whose children are having learning problems. She lays out the issues and solutions in a reader-friendly manner that can be easily understood. It is very helpful in providing a basic understanding of the far reaching effects of challenging visual issues.



Eyes for Learning: Preventing and Curing Vision-Related Learning Problems
By: Antonia Orfield

Poor vision, if unnoticed and untreated, can dramatically reduce a child’s school achievement. While it is easy to blame underachievement on a variety of causes, the real cause may be directly related to vision development. Dr. Antonia Orfield provides answers about referrals, required vision tests, and vision-improvement techniques.

Understanding and Managing Vision Deficits: A Guide for Occupational Therapists Third Edition (2011) Hardcover
By: Scheiman OD FCOVD FAAO

A major emphasis of the Third Edition is on management of eye movement, visual information processing, visual field, and low vision problems. Therapy suggestions have been expanded and the use of computer software has been incorporated into the therapy.



The Developing Visual Brain (Oxford Psychology Series)
By: Janette Atkinson

One of the most dramatic areas of development in early human life is that of vision. Whereas vision plays a relatively minor role in the world of the newborn infant, by six months it has assumed the position as a dominant sense and forms the basis of later perceptual, cognitive, and social development. Drawing on over 20 years of cutting edge research in the Visual Development Units in Cambridge and University College, London, this book provides the definitive account of what we know about the developing visual system and the problems that can occur during development.

Hearing Eye II: The Psychology Of Speechreading And Auditory-Visual Speech
By: Douglas Burnham & Ruth Campbell

This volume outlines some of the developments in practical and theoretical research into speechreading lipreading that have taken place since the publication of the original “Hearing by Eye”. It comprises 15 chapters by international researchers in psychology, psycholinguistics, experimental and clinical speech science, and computer engineering.


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