Can we help by doing any of the visual therapy in the classroom?

Our program includes a once-weekly in-office 50-minute session of treatment with 15-20 minutes of home practice on the days that the child does not come to the office. Of course some more home practice may be helpful but we find that the 15-20 minutes assigned is adequate. We don’t see a need to use your valuable class time to address these concerns for an individual child.

Now if you should want to look for group activities, particularly in the early grades (K-3) to do with your children, I can highly recommend the book, "Thinking Goes to School" by Furth and Wachs. This is published by Oxford Press and is available at www.oep.org. This book details an educational curriculum and program for the early grades based on the Piagetian principles of learning.