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Visual Performance Strategies

Whether your child is struggling in school, or he/she wants to be challenged by new levels of learning and understanding, Kaluzne’s Cognitive Enhancement Plans and Visual Performance Strategies can help students of all ages.

At the heart of learning disorders are common deficits in attention, cognitive control, memory and processing speed. These factors may limit a student’s ability to focus on information, to process and comprehend it and to sustain their attention long enough to complete challenging mental tasks or generate their meanings through learning.

Our proven strategies can work to help a student with a learning disorder to create and implement the strategies he or she needs to become a better student. When adapted correctly, these strategies can last a lifetime.

At the Kaluzne Visual Performance Centers in Wilmington and Winston-Salem NC, we work with students to help them achieve their highest potential. Many students can grow their capacity to do classwork beyond grade level in a few short months. In fact, we have statistics to prove how some students can improve their cognitive skills by over 4 years in 90 days! Contact us to learn more.

cognitive enhancement plan and Visual Performance Strategies for students

The Cognitive Enhancement Plan for Students Includes:

    • Visual Efficiency & Stability: improving focus, tracking, fixation and eye teaming (getting both eyes to work better together).
    • Foundational Cognitive Skills: attention measurement and improvement; spatial relationships; visualization, auditory discrimination, processing speed, memory development, and simultaneous and sequential processing.
    • Cognitive Control: improving memory; controlling emotions; and improving “cognitive flexibility,” or the ability to process different concepts at the same time.
    • Higher Order Cognitive Development: improved reasoning, problem-solving, planning.
    • Literacy Skills: improving phonics awareness, word decoding, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension.
    • Learning Feedback: accessing what’s working and what’s not, and adapting a performance to improve the outcome.

If your child has an educational IEP, there may be additional NC State funds available for our programs. Click here to learn more about grants available through the state of North Carolina.

Contact us by email for more information, or call 910-319-7996 to schedule an appointment.