Vision plays a vital role in one’s ability to learn, but did you know that more than 61 percent
of the United States population needs some sort of vision correction? Combine that percentage with this fact: In a person’s first 12 years of life, about 80 percent of their learning takes place visually. So, what does this mean for young children who have undiagnosed vision problems? Their learning may be impaired due to preventable, and detectable vision-related problems.