PATH reinforces the brain's ability to discriminate between left-right visual movement. This discrimination is critical to the act of reading and is not a part of eye-brain function that we are born with - it is a skill that must be learned.

The computer therapy consists of a striped-fish pattern that moves to the left or to the right in the center of a striped background. The child must push an arrow key to indicate the direction the fish stripes moved. PATH measures a child's ability to see these subtle movements and tracks the child's improvement over time. Positive feedback helps the child learn quickly.

The timing of the brain is optimized by training on left-right movement discrimination, enabling a wide range of reading skills, including fluency, comprehension, word identification, and spelling, to improve significantly.

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