Visual Perceptual/Visual Motor Deficits

These manifest themselves in individuals who exhibit problems in the discrimination, analysis, and synthesis of visual form and spatial relations. Their vision is intact but comprehension of written words or symbols is impaired. An individual with deficits in visual-motor skills has difficulty with the integration of visual information and motor output necessary for gross motor skills such as handwriting and drawing. Their vision and the function of their muscles are fine, but the coordination of body movements during certain activities is impaired (Miller & Sammons, 1999).

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