After suffering from a stroke your vision can often slip to the back burner as your survival becomes your top priority. The fact of the matter is that your vision disorders have a significant knock on effect to other activities of daily living. For this reason, rehabilitation at the appropriate time can be imperative to other areas of your daily life such as your ability to communicate effectively, reading, coordination, and balance. Visual field loss is a common sign of stroke or other brain injury with about 30% of patients suffering vision disorders. Patients who have suffered neurological brain damage that has resulted in a visual field deficit often also have additional difficulties with eye movements.