There can be a number of reasons for a child to have problems with reading. In many cases, reading problems result from the eyes being unable to scan easily and effortlessly along a line of print, which is vital to be able to read. Other poor readers, by concentrating on getting their eyes to scan the line, are unable to recall what they have read, and this is frequently misdiagnosed as being a ‘short term memory problem’. As a result of concentrating on controlling the eyes concentration and short-term memory become impaired.
INPP has identified what can cause the eyes to have problems with scanning a line of print, and more importantly it has developed a non-invasive method of correcting the underlying cause.
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