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Sight-Based Interventions and Autism

Sight-based interventions are any treatments and therapies which use sight as an intervention technique or which are designed to help someone improve their sight and visual processing skills.

Sight-based interventions include

  • Interventions based around lenses including ambient prism lenses, coloured lenses

  • Interventions based around lights include lightwave stimulation

  • Interventions based around overlays including coloured overlays

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