We may rarely consider how much verbal and visual information we process on a daily basis, but if we did stop to reflect on this we would realise how important these sensory mechanisms are. This vast amount of verbal and visual information is responsible for a substantial amount of our acquired academic knowledge, worldly knowledge, memories and linked emotions.

If children cannot hear clearly what the teacher is saying in the classroom, they will be at a disadvantage. A hearing test will very quickly show whether both ears are working together. Tunnel vision in children could slow down the reading progress, as the eyes may not glide smoothly over the printed page. A visual fields of awareness test can show if the visual fields are very narrow. For more information, please click on the buttons below.

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