Children with learning disabilities can be very helpful to do vision therapy at home. Without a scheduled trip to the doctor kopometri, you can do it anytime you want activities, morning, afternoon or evening. It requires no appointment, no trip and can be done in the comfort of your own home.
But doing vision therapy at home with children can sometimes be a nightmare! Traditional eye exercises long, tedious and repetitive, causing many children to react badly and took it to the parents to be meaningful.
What elements are missing when you try vision therapy at home? This is the fun element!
Vision therapy at home can not be all the fun!
Over the years I have seen the effectiveness of home-based therapy as an optician behavior, but make parents and children do exercises always be a chore. Do it yourself at home with my daughter underscore how boring, boring, uncomfortable and monotonous actual technique! He hated them, and I might add, and we strive for absolute no where!
Sound familiar? The missing element is fun, pure and simple.
So I went back to the beginning and I started to design a therapy program that is fun and excitement added. If you want the child to do a particular sport, make it fun means they will do it with enthusiasm and a smile rather than show a great shout.
My vision therapy at home it was fun!
To illustrate this point, let me explain how I do a tedious exercise that involves figures swirling in the proper order was placed on a page. Simple task but not an inspiring, until I added some fun … replace the number with flies numbered, and circling every 3 times is equivalent to carry it. Then we added a stopwatch, and the child was not just slap a fly but racing hours to beat his best time as well.
The same task, but the added pleasure and son now wants to beat the time yesterday and kill as many flies as he could!
This is just one example of the many places to inject the fun element has a very positive effect on the results of vision therapy at home. It helps if the eye doctor a little crazy like me, and if they basically are children who never grow up (Peter Pan Wavilyal optometer adage if you want to). But my goal is to get the kids doing vision therapy at home effectively, and adds to the enjoyment make the task much more effective.
Now is the fact that some strenuous exercise and no fun at all, but if you can mix fun with the kids harder still managed to try and do it well. If they know a fun exercise to come, they can pass through the bore to get to the fun, so do both efficiently.
The effectiveness of vision therapy at home
Home-based therapy apply correctly, and can dramatically improve the reading, writing, and spelling kids. But they can also turn into a battle between children and parents, and this is the main reason why parents stop doing what you really can help their children.
By keeping things fun and play exercise during every two weeks, we can improve compliance and have a positive effect on learning in many cases. Make things fun means improved compliance, enjoy time together and see better results, so if you want a pleasant vision therapy and effectively at home, let me know!