Visual Tracking

Visual Tracking is the ability to follow a moving object smoothly and accurately with both eyes, such as a ball in flight or moving vehicles in traffic.

Signs and Symptoms of Eye tracking problems:

  • Frequent loss of place and/or skipping lines while reading
  • Frequent drowsiness or sleepiness following short periods of reading
  • Confusing one word with another as the eyes skip around during reading
  • Habit of using a finger or marker or ruler as an aid during reading
  • Excessive head movement while reading, writing or doing other close work
  • Poor comprehension during reading.
  • Seemingly careless errors during close work
  • Poor reading comprehension
  • Attention and/or behavior problems specifically during reading or other close vision work.

People with visual tracking problems may be diagnosed with Oculomotor Dysfunction

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