Visual

Sensory processing refers to our ability to take in information through our senses. Our visual perception is how our brain processes, interprets and makes sense of what we see. Visual perception can refer to an impairment, but it can also be an inability to recognise elements of visual information. For example, faces, objects, people, lights, and or backgrounds. If you are looking for products that will encourage peripheral vision or visual tracking, you should start here.

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