What exactly is Vision Therapy? At Vision Development Center, we receive a lot of questions about Vision Therapy and how it works. This short article will introduce you to some basic Vision Therapy treatment information. It is important to educate yourself, so explore the rest of our site for more information. Vision therapy is a…Read More
In addition to improvements in reading, Anna’s social skills and confidence levels increased greatly. Anna also seemed much more eager to attend school. Cindy was a wonderful teacher and was patient and supportive the whole way! I looooooooooooooove eyeball school! From AnnaRead More
Aurora has become more confident academically, trust herself more. Reading is smoother, comprehension stronger, writing has become more fluid. She would say her eyes are less tired, do not hurt as much. Her vision used to blur and she would see double, especially at school, that no longer is happening. The best part is that…Read More
Lauren began vision therapy when she was entering 2nd grade. At that point, she had been dismissed by an ophthalmologist as having received all the service available! Dr. Pelton recognized that she could benefit from vision therapy. At school, Lauren was on a list to be tested for learning disabilities. After therapy she was taken…Read More
Prior to vision therapy with Sue, Troyana complained of frequent headaches and struggled with her reading assignments. I took Troyana to a local optometrist who found no problems. Troyana was recommended to your office by her psychologist who was counseling her for ADD. With Dr. Pelton’s help, we realized that although Troy’s eyes were fine…Read More
I no longer have headaches! Before starting vision therapy I really didn’t enjoy reading because my eyes would get very tired and I would lose my place all the time. Now that I have completed therapy I enjoy reading. I can read faster, don’t lose my place and my eyes don’t get tired any more. …Read More
[Excerpts relevant to vision therapy and learning disabilities, learning disabled children or learning disabled adults (including cases of possible or diagnosed Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) or Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD), dyslexia)] The American Optometric Association (AOA) affirms its long-standing position that optometric vision therapy is effective in the treatment of physiological…Read More
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