Patch remedy

14th January 2000 at 00:00
WEARING an eye patch at school greatly improves the reading ability of many dyslexic children, John Stein, professor of psychology at Oxford University, says. The condtion is often associated with mild visual impairment causing letters to dance around. The eye patch, put on the good eye, forces the weaker one to improve.


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