“We want to spread the word that if you look at a whole population of children with dyslexia, very few of them have vision problems,” study co-author Dr. Cathy Williams of the University of Bristol said.
“Some practitioners feel that vision impairments may be associated with dyslexia and should be treated. However, our study results show that the majority of dyslexic children have entirely normal vision on the tests we used.”
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