The Role of Glasses in a Visual Processing Disorder or Dyslexia

It is important to be clear. Glasses cannot correct dyslexia or a visual information processing disorder. However, as vision attributes to 80% of learning, making “seeing” an easier process can allow a person to spend more energy and concentration on other more difficult tasks, such as processing visual or language information.

Our Behavioural Optometrists can determine whether glasses, vision therapy, or colour therapy can be used to make “seeing” easy and effortless, and better support your child's learning.