About 20 percent of children and adults have vision problems that make reading very difficult. Their ability to focus, aim, track or scan a line of print is not up to the hard work of reading. All these visual abilities, plus critical visual-perceptual skills must work well for reading to be fast, efficient and fully comprehended. In this workshop on vision and reading, you will learn about the many studies which state that certain vision problems should be treated first, before tutoring or special instruction. You’ll learn to test for and identify these problems yourself, plus have time to ask questions about the special people in your life.