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Visual, Visual-Motor, Visual Perception Assessments

Students must not only be able to "see" visual information, but also to analyze, interpret, and respond to their environment in accordance with that information. Occupational therapists analyze the student's visual challenges that may be impacting their ability to complete classroom activities (e.g., copying, taking notes), to complete homework, to participate in the playground or during meal time.  

This list is by no means exclusive of common assessments that evaluate visual, visual-motor, and visual perceptual skills in schools.

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