Vision Report Card
Take the Vision Report Card with you to your next eye appointment.
Vision Therapy Can Help
Vision therapy helps children and adults through the use of special lenses, eye exercises and activities to help achieve visual skills easily and efficiently.
THINK BETTER, MOVE BETTER, SEE BETTER
Visual remediation can help you or your loved one by addressing:
- Reading comprehension
- Mental and Visual Focusing
- Visual Memory
- Spatial orientation
“I took my son to Dr. Thomas when he was 8 years old. He could not catch a ball. After months of Vision Therapy, after he turned 9, he said to me one day, ‘Mom, thank you for taking me to vision therapy. Now I can see the whole world in 3-D!”
VISION & LEARNING
TYPICAL VISION TESTS AND SCHOOL SCREENINGS AREN’T ENOUGH
Functional vision problems in children and adults often go undetected by doctors and vision screenings, so those who need help aren’t always getting it. Most school screenings only measure how clearly a child sees objects in the distance. So even if your child has 20/20 eyesight, they could still have a functional vision problem that affects their learning ability. In fact, children with vision-related learning problems often have 20/20 eyesight (visionandlearning.org).
VISUAL SKILLS ARE KEY FOR LEARNING PERFORMANCE
Undiagnosed vision problems in children can manifest as behavioral problems, falling behind in school and homework battles.
25% of all children have a vision problem significant enough to affect their performance in school.
American Optometric Association
SIGHT & SUCCESS GO TOGETHER
Help your child succeed through vision therapy.
Brain Injury Therapy
If you or your loved one has had a head injury and has been experiencing symptoms such as dizziness, unusual fatigue, loss of concentration, and poor reading comprehension, the cause could be an undiagnosed vision problem.