October 26, 2018
Circle Creek Therapy
What is Visual Spatial Relations?
This is the ability to determine that one form or part of a form is turned in a different direction than the others.
Can cause problems with:
planning actions in relation to objects around him/her
spatial concepts such as "in, out, on, under, next to, up down, in front of"
differentiating between "b, d, p, or q."
poor sight vocabulary
reading charts, maps, & diagrams
inconsistent symbol reversals & transposing numbers or letters
losing place on a page
finding what is being looked for
attending to a task
remembering left & right
math computations if more than one digit
forgets where to start reading
If you find that you're child is having trouble with more than one of these indicators on a regular basis, then feel free to call Circle Creek Therapy at 253. 237.3405 for assistance.
We would be happy to schedule you for a free consultation!
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