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.
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.
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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