Classification of the exact type of specific learning difficulty is not undertaken by this clinic. This type of assessment would be carried out by an Educational Psychologist, should your child’s school feel that this is appropriate. Only children with a significant level of difficulty would require a formal assessment. Please discuss any concerns with your child’s teacher.
Please ensure that if your child has not had an eye examination within the past six months that you arrange this prior to your first assessment; please bring the results with you.
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