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Do you have patients with a visual tracking problem? Tracking problems are often associated with reading disability. Slow reading, dysfluent reading, reversals of letters or words, words running together, poor reading comprehension, poor visual attention, loss of concentration, and inability to complete assignments or tests in a timely fashion.

If there has been a diagnosis of dyslexia, rapid automatized naming deficit, reading potential below ability, ocular motility problems, eye movement disorders, temporal visual processing disability, visual perception dysfunction, then the Perceptual Visual Tracking Program (PVT) may be indicated.

Designed to Improve

The PVT program is designed to correct many of the visual deficiencies that underlie reading and learning disabilities. These deficiencies include:

  • Ocular Motility
  • Perceptual Visual Tracking
  • Rapid Automatized Naming
  • Visual Attention
  • Speed of Visual Processing
  • Orthographic Processing
  • Fluency of reading
  • Reversals

Perceptual Visual Tracking Program

The Perceptual Visual Tracking Program (PVT) is designed to improve specific tracking deficits that are often found in persons with any of the above symptoms. Perceptual visual tracking skills are basic to all aspects of reading and other academic areas. Improvement in tracking is often accompanied by improvement in reading, spelling, attention, and speed of working.

PVT contains a variety of visual tracking programs that have been clinically proven. They are game-like in nature so that improvement takes place almost effortlessly. Individuals of all ages from five years up can benefit from PVT.

It is a sophisticated yet user-friendly computer application that will run on almost any personal computer. This program may be used with sessions lasting approximately twenty minutes. Your patient will be assigned a protocol that is designed to help ensure their progress. At the end of each therapy session, the computer will display their results and record their progress for future review.

5 Procedures

Five computer procedures that have been clinically demonstrated to improve visual tracking, including:

  • Matching Targets
  • Moving Box
  • Moving Line
  • Hidden Targets
  • Saccadic Tracking


PTS II presents your patient with a grid that shows the different difficulty levels for each procedure. Each time your patient meets or exceeds a therapy goal they receive a gold star.

The program gives your patient verbal reinforcement. It prompts them to “Get Ready” before a stimulus is presented. PTS II also verbally reinforces correct and incorrect responses. For example, it will encourage them by saying “Good Job” after they input a correct response.

Complete Control

Dispense PVT program in the Auto Mode and the program will automatically advance patients through successive levels of therapy as goals are achieved. The Manual Mode allows you to design your own custom protocol.

You May Select Auto or Manual Mode Operation, Starting and Ending Therapy Levels Plus Session Duration.

Free Technical Support… PVT offers a toll-free support line to answer any computer related questions you or your patients may have. You simply diagnose and dispense, we take care of everything else.

Easy Monitoring

The Program Records Each Session’s Data For Your Review.

The Results are Displayed Both Graphically and Numerically for Ease of Interpretation.

The Program Denotes the Session Number, Date, Time, Level Achieved and Other Pertinent Data.

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Please Note: PVT is available only from a licensed eye care practitioner. If you are not an eye doctor please visit our website www.homevisiontherapy.com for a list of eye doctors near you who can prescribe the PVT program.