Visual Perceptual & Visual Motor Skills

Visual perceptual skills are the brain's ability to make sense of what the eyes see. It is important for everyday activities such as dressing, eating, writing, and playing. There are 7 basic visual perceptual skills that your child needs to master:

Visual spatial relations.

Sequential memory.

Visual discrimination.

Form constancy.

Visual memory.

Visual closure.

Visual figure ground.

It is important to use the visual system with our motor system for participation in play activities such a puzzles, eye-hand coordination and handwriting.

Our experts can help your child if they have issues with any of these 7 competencies. Please do not hesitate to call us and schedule an appointment, even if it just an assessment. The longer a child goes without a treatment plan for any deficiency in these competencies, the harder it will be to remediate later in life.


15600 36th Ave North,

Suite 120, Plymouth, MN 55446

Phone: 763-595-0812763-595-0813 

Fax: 763-595-0824


3434 Lexington Ave N

Suite 700, Shoreview, MN  55126

Phone: 763-595-0812763-595-0813 

Fax: 763-595-0824


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