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Lazy Eyes or Lazy Brain? Strabmisus (Eye Turn)

Lazy Eyes or Lazy Brain? Strabmisus (Eye Turn)

When a person can’t control an eye people often refer to it as a “lazy eye”. However, the brain is responsible for making the eyes align. An eye turn is a problem far beyond just eyes and eye muscles, it’s a problem in the brain.

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Lazy Eyes or Lazy Brain?

Lazy Eyes or Lazy Brain?

When a person has an eye that doesn’t see well or turns in or out people often refer to it as a “lazy eye”. However, in these situations the eye is typically perfectly healthy. So is it a “lazy eye” or is it a “lazy brain” that is poorly controlling the eye?

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The Importance of Active Play as a Child

The Importance of Active Play as a Child

Active Play as a child is essential for developing visual perceptual skills. Visual perceptual skills are the building blocks for learning. These skills begin development in infants who are interacting with their world.

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Vision Versus Eyesight

Vision Versus Eyesight

Everyone has heard of 20/20, but this is only 1 small part of what vision actually does! Vision is used to interpret the world around us to make decisions and actions.

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