Individuals who skip words or lines when reading could be experiencing an eye tracking problem. These individuals may have slow and/or inaccurate eye movements that require compensatory behaviors such as head movements or using a finger to guide vision while reading. Eye tracking problems can therefore interfere with attention span, reading fluency, reading comprehension, copying, handwriting, and sports performance. Eye tracking skills can be improved with vision therapy.


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