Visual Perceptual skills

Visual Perceptual skills are important as they allow a child’s brain to process what he or she is seeing, help in the recognition and identification of words, sequencing of alphabets, reading comprehension, mental math, writing, puzzles, conceptualization, and completing day to day tasks.

Children facing difficulties in Visual Perception often face difficulties in academics, such as difficulty in identifying numbers or alphabets, reversing similar-looking letters and words, poor handwriting skills, facing difficulty in sports and other playground activities. They also face difficulties in self-regulation, behavior, and concentration. We work to assess and enhance the visual-perceptual skills of children.