Vision Mechanics: Core Four

Learn more about these Core Four activities that are inexpensive, widely available, and can help boost a child's visual skills for the classroom and for life.

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Our growing list of Vision Rehabilitation Activities covers a broad array of therapeutic needs, including:

GROSS MOTOR

FINE MOTOR

VISUOMOTOR

VISUAL PERCEPTION

FOCUSSING / ACCOMODATION

VERGENCE

RANGE OF MOVEMENT

VESTIBULAR / BALANCE

SPATIAL AWARENESS

CORE REFLEXES AND STRENGTHENING

EARLY (PRIMITIVE REFLEXES)

FIXATION / TARGETTING (SACCADES / PURSUITS)

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Dr. Boulet

Charles A. Boulet PC

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Directional Maze

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