Visual discrimination issues
These learners struggle to see the difference between two similar letters, shapes or objects like mixing
up letters b,d.
Visual figure-ground discrimination issues
These learners struggle to pull out a shape or character from its background.
Visual sequencing issues
These learners struggle to tell the order of symbols, words or images. They also struggle to write answers on a separate sheet or skip lines when reading. Sometimes these learners reverse or misread letters, numbers and words.
Visual-motor processing issues
These learners struggle with the feedback from their eyes to be able to coordinate the movement of other parts of the body. They often have difficulty in writing within lines or margins, they can also bump into things and then have trouble copying from a book.
Long- or short term visual memory issues
These learners struggle to recall long term and/or short term visual memory. This in return may cause these children to struggle with reading and spelling.
Visual spatial issues
These learners often have issues telling where objects are in their space. This also includes how far things are from them or each other. They can also have a tough time reading maps.
Visual closure issues
These learners have issues identifying an object when only certain parts are visible.
Letter and symbol reversal issues
These learners often have issues with switching letters or numbers when they are writing, sometimes even trouble with letter formation which in return can affect their reading, writing and math skills.