Visual sensory problems arise due to the way in which the brain processes visual cues. Some ways in which visual sensory problems can be seen is when a learner has difficulty processing what the eyes take in.
Some examples of ways in which proprioceptive sensory problems can be identified is if the learner has difficulty seeing different shapes and letters, difficulty distinguishing shapes from the background, trouble coordinating movements when walking and difficulty in seeing colors and light.
Visual sensory activities are important for learners because they can help develop sensory integration which would improve the ability to distinguish shapes. It is also important to practice visual sensory activities to improve visual cues.