Making the connection between eye health and childhood behaviour
While they live on opposite sides of the country, Morgan Coveyduck of St. John’s, Newfoundland, and Rhiana Jorde of Clyde, Alberta, have several things in common. Now eight and 12 respectively, both girls struggled in school from the start—at first having difficulty recognizing letters, then lagging behind their peers in reading and math. Not surprisingly, these problems led the parents and teachers of both girls to suspect they might have a learning disability.
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