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Well said, Steve
It is strange that professionals who swear to help patients are at the same time striving to deny them just that. Thanx Steve
Well done. More clarification of this is needed for the public to really understand the hows and whys of dyslexia.
A study out of Waterloo Ontario found 60% of children with designations were mis-diagnosed with Dyslexia when they actually had binocular vision deficits. The problem is the Psychologists do not test for anything but visual acuity. We in Canada with our non-profit Visual Process Society are changing the term to Neuro-Visual Rehabilitation (NVR) and doing school based Pilots to screen and successfully treat children with Dr McCrodan's proven NVR method. Dyslexia cannot be cured but vision deficits can and we have proof of that.
Nicely done. I have often wondered, if 'they' would just listen to THEMSELVES, they would realize how ridiculous they sound when they are criticizing us. Brain. Not eyes. Everyone is 'arguing', but we are all essentially trying to make the same point! Challenge them to find a VTOD that claims vision=eyes, not vision=brain.
Well said, Steve. Thank you for taking the time to clarify this latest misinformational attack.
Hi Steve, took a little longer to Germany! Wonderful set words, thank you!
The problem lies entirely with the rampant mis-diagnosis of Dyslexia. True Dyslexia is a brain dysfunction but how exactly do Psychologists determine Dyslexia is the cause of the symptoms without ruling out the visual system first. It is like replacing a fuel pump in a car saying it is the cause of the car not starting without first ruling out whether the car is out of gas or not.