Developmental Disabilities

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Visual Perception Disorders

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Does not build will with blocks as a young child.

Cannot put puzzles together as well as other children.

Is hesitant in going up or down curbs as other children.

Has trouble finding his way from one place to another and get lost easily.

Does not like to be in strange places, because he knows he can easily become lost.

Does not draw well with a crayon or pencil as early as other children.

Has trouble recognizing the similarities and differences of patterns or designs.

Has a hard time seeing a particular figure against a confusing background.

Cannot make his letters stay between the lines or in the proper spaces for words.

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