Teach Children How to Succeed in School Over Summer




For those with children who are underperforming in school, find reading difficult, doing poorly on tests or having difficulty paying attention in class, vision could be the underlying issue. Arizona Vision Therapy Center will be offering their Summer Vision Therapy Program, starting in their office in early June. It will consist of three, 1.5-hour therapy sessions per week for eight weeks.

Even if a child has 20/20 vision, he/she may not be seeing efficiently. There are over 18 different visual skills like eye aiming, focusing, tracking and understanding that must come together almost like an orchestra for a child to see clearly and comfortably.

The therapy will include fun and interactive sessions that teach skills that each child will need for the rest of his/her life. Arizona Vision Therapy Center has a variety of programs available to help children and adults succeed in both school and life.

Location: 6602 E. Carondelet Dr., Tucson. For more information, call 520-886-8800 or visit AZVisionTherapy.com. See ad, page 21. 

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