Too many kids with learning-related visual problems have been diagnosed with ADHD (Attention Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder), which is treated with medication. Although the medication yields positive results, it can very often treat the symptoms rather than the underlying problem.
In my children's vision practice, I have seen vision therapy improve the reading skills and attention span in many ADHD kids.
In one case a 7 year old girl who had been on Concerta, was able to discontinue her medication after completing this program. Another child, who was in remedial reading was put into an advanced reading program after doing the Vision & Learning activities.