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7 strategies in teaching Children with Visual Perceptual Issues.

Updated: Apr 5

Visual perceptual issues refer to difficulties with the brain's ability to interpret and make sense of visual information that is seen through the eyes. This can include problems with visual processing, visual memory, and visual discrimination, which can affect an individual's ability to understand and interact with their environment.
Some common visual perceptual issues include:

Visual discrimination: Difficulty in distinguishing between similar-looking objects or shapes.