Test of Visual Perception

Test designed for children between the ages of 4 and 12 with learning disabilities

Visual perception disorders are most often seen in children with learning disabilities and could explain, for instance, the confusion or inversion of words while reading or writing. It is important to detect such disorders as soon as possible because most of them can be greatly improved by a quick and specific take over.

It is a five-part test, each part evaluating aptitudes that develop relatively independently: visual-motor coordination, figure-ground discrimination, form consistency, position in space determination, space relations.

On obtient

  • A global ratio

    A global ratio, which evaluates the developmental lag every six months and determines objectively, through equating the ratio to percentile ranks, if the child needs to be taken over medically or be given exercises.

  • A profile

    • A profile divided in five subtests, which precisely determines in which areas the disorders to reeducate are located.