Dyslexia is the most commonly known learning difference, which comes under the umbrella of Visual Processing Difficulties. However, Visual Processing issues aren’t limited just to the areas of reading and writing.
Things like seeing people’s faces, depth perception, spatial perception, movement tracking and visual memory can also be difficult.
Visual Processing Difficulties are about how your brain processes and interprets visual information seen with your eyes. You can have 20/20 vision and still experience problems with how you see.
Jordans Opticians provide glasses which help your brain process what you see, making reading , writing and remembering much easier. They can also help balance, coordination and tracking movement, or any area which you may have problems in because of processing difficulties.
Jordans Opticians is based in Ayr and run by Ian Jordan. You can find more information about them at www.jordanseyes.com
Below is a link to a video from YouTube featuring people being assessed by Ian Jordan, and the changes they describe in their visual and sensory perception with tinted lenses specific to their needs.