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25% of students in a class are affected by visual concerns AND

6 out of 10 students who are considered poor learners actually have a visual concern!

25% of students in a class are affected by visual concerns AND
6 out of 10 students who are considered poor learners actually have a visual concern!
AND

Professional Development for Teachers

Our NESA approved Professional Development (PD) workshop is designed to equip primary school teachers with a range of tools necessary to identify children who may have vision related learning issues.

In an attempt to address statistics surrounding vision and learning and raise awareness of the reality of vision related learning problems...

Our hands-on workshop gives teachers

  • an overview of the role allied health professionals play in the diagnosis and management of eye related disorders,

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  • a description of common visual and information processing difficulties and how to identify them in the classroom 

  • the opportunity to experience a number of visual concerns through simulations, and

  • information on how to guide parents to making connections with professionals who can provide help.

Over the 3 hours teachers will receive answers to common problems like why students:

  • Struggle to read simple sight words that have been taught time and time again

  • Make up words in a sentence that aren’t there

  • Forget verbal instructions, forcing you to endlessly repeat yourself

  • Tire easily when completing set tasks

When PD is combined with our On-Site Assessments, statistics from the students seen at the school are incorporated into the presentation, giving teachers a greater understanding of the tools they will be given to approach learning in their classrooms. Discounts may also apply.

To register your schools details and receive additional information

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