Monday, November 2, 2015

Visual perception skills

So, I've been meaning to write about this for a few weeks and keep falling behind.  Since we started the vision therapy, i asked our OT to incorporate their version of that work into Dominic's care plan.  To do that, she started with this test of visual perceptual skills.  The  papers below are examples of the things the test is looking at.

In the 7 sections, the idea is they are progressive.  The last section is the most advanced.  

What is the most interesting is that he scored very low in the first 4 sections, the basics so to say, and then in Sequential memory and visual closure he scored very high.  It goes back to my hypothesis that the brain injury undid brain development.  Which we are now reconnecting. 

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