Thanks to Cat, author of SensoryFlow.com on-line news magazine, she has continued to share the important message of vision & learning. Her site is full of very useful information for parents, teachers and therapists to better understand children with special needs (especially with sensory processing disorders). She includes other experts who treat and speak […]
Archive | September, 2010
I am grateful for a wonderful book review written by Dr. Janice M. McMahon, faculty member of the Illinois College of Optometry (ICO). The review is published in Optometry & Vision Development, Volume 41/Number 3/2010. Dr. McMahon concludes, “Dr. Hellerstein’s conviction and enthusiasm for her subject matter are evident from the introduction of this book straight through to […]
Listen to the conference call from 9/13/2010. Relax and prepare for stressful situations, like the oral interview for COVD Certification. Strategy is also very useful for other “stressful” situations. Here’s the link: COVD IECB prep-9216626-443413
Now in its sixth year, the COVD Tour de Optometry Program continues to bring “private practice” to the schools and colleges of optometry. “The Tour continues to thrive. We are connecting with the optometric students, residents, faculty, and the administration at all the schools and colleges of optometry across the United States and Canada,” states Dr. […]
Another article about the impact of vision problems on watching 3-D movies. “An estimated 3-9 million people in the USA may have vision problems that keep them from enjoying such 3-D movies as Avatar and Toy Story 3, estimates the American Optometric Association. And as many as 56 percent of people between 18 and 38 years of […]
Thanks to Linda Sanet, COVT, for bringing this article to our attention. “When researchers looked at the electrical activity of the students’ brains, they found that the concussed athletes showed noticeably less activity in portions of the brain associated with attention. ‘‘They had suppressed attentional resources,’’ said Steven Broglio, Ph.D., a professor of kinesiology and […]
Visually Impaired Artist, Jeffrey Owen Hanson, creates a sight for sore eyes. Take a look at what this teen-age visually impaired artist has done. He has a great story to tell about keeping a positive attitude through adversity, compassion and contagious generosity. Jeff’s mission statement is to “help create kinder communities, more compassionate nations, and […]
Thanks to Cat, from Sensory Flow for her interview and videos. To see the interview on See It. Say It. Do It!, click here. To watch the interview on See It. Say It. Do It!, the award-winning book, click here. To watch the interview on vision signs and symptoms, click here. Thanks Cat for spreading […]
Thanks to Cat for her interview for Online Magazine about Sensory Issues! A passionate interviewer, Cat understands sensory processing issues from first hand experience with her son. To contact Cat, Click here. To read the entire blog post Click here Thanks Cat! Check out her website. Great info and expert interviews including Dr. Temple Grandin and […]
Does your child freak out with big tests? How about timed math facts? Or reading out loud? Wouldn’t it be nice to see your child calm and confident before these big events? This is your chance to attend a Free Conference Call with Dr. Lynn Hellerstein to successfully help your child (and you) with test […]
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