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The Ultimate Visual Tracking Workbook

The Ultimate Visual Tracking Workbook

Does your student have any of these problems?


Skipping paragraphs, lines or words when reading and writing
Loses place when reading
Omitting words when reading and writing ( a, the )
Omitting parts of words in reading and writing ( ed, ing, s )
Confusing one word for another when reading
Guesses at words when reading
Transposes words when reading
Eyes skip around when reading
Slow and labored reading and writing
Finger reading
Re-reads words and sentences
Hates, avoids and resists reading and writing
Poor reading comprehension
Poor reading fluency (speed and accuracy)
Low reading scores
Poor awareness of punctuation
Slow, halting reading pattern when reading out loud
Squints or rubs eyes when reading
Prefers to be read to rather than read
Reverses words, letters and numbers
Tilts head when reading
Excessive head movement while reading, writing or doing close work
Frequent drowsiness following reading
Inability to focus while reading and writing
Behavioral issues while reading and writing
Difficulty lining numbers up vertically and horizontally
Careless errors during close work
Short attention span
Unable to copy from the board or a book to paper
Poor handwriting
Poor spelling
Poor sports performance
Poor ability to differentiate right from left
Headaches when reading, writing or doing close upwork


These are signs of Visual Tracking Issues!


This program is a systematic, done-for-you program that walks you through a simple way to remediate visual tracking problems in your student.


Successful use of the program usually leads to faster and more accurate reading, higher reading scores, less mistakes in math, improved attention to detail and higher self-esteem.


Children Do Not Outgrow Eye Tracking Problems

According to Pediatric Developmental optometrist Dr. Michael Gallaway, FCOVD, "Eye tracking skills are considered the fine motor aspect of vision, and like other fine motor skills, should continue to develop as children get older."

However, if a child has a deficiency or developmental delay in foundational eye tracking skills, they are not going to outgrow their eye tracking problem.

Proven Connection between Eye Tracking Problems and ADD and ADHD

In a peer-reviewed scientific study at Tel Aviv University in Israel, researches found strong evidence that involuntary eye movements are an indicator of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Researchers used an eye-tracking system to monitor the eye movements of two groups of adults in conjunction with an ADHD diagnostic test called TOVA.

One group of study subjects, who had previously been diagnosed with ADHD, took the test twice: once without medication and again while medicated. The second group of adults, not diagnosed with ADHD, served as the control group and did the eye-tracking test without medication. The results found a direct correlation between ADHD and the inability to control eye movement in the anticipation of visual stimuli.

On the subject of eyetracking, eye movements, and ADHD diagnosis, Dr. Glen Steele, AOA InfantSEE™committee chair said, “This study furthers the understanding that eye movements are linked and should be addressed.” Dr. Steele continues, “The control of eye movements is foundational for everything an individual might do in life and if compromised, it can lead to reduced ability and function.” 

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