Von’s Vision Helps Kids See Clearer!

Thanks to Denver Broncos player Von Miller, hundreds of children have a new perspective on life Monday.

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50 Tips to Improve Your Sports Performance

Beautiful testimonial on the power of vision therapy and 50 Tips to Improve Your Sports Performance

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Shorewood school adds mindfulness training to improve student focus

“Mindfulness is providing some kind of basic sanity,” he said.

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3D Education

Many thanks to Len Scrogan,  Digital Learning Architect; – Adjunct Professor for the University of Colorado-Denver and Lesley University; – Educational Technology Speaker and Consultant; – Past Director of Instructional Technology for the Boulder Valley School District.  He included COVD and my book, See It. Say It. Do IT! in his blogpost Beyond the 3D Bubble. His […]

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IPAD and Android Apps and Games for Visual Learning

Thanks to many of my optometric colleagues, here is a list of some educational toys and activities for kids of various ages and abilities. These toys may help develop visual processing and visual motor skills!

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Preschool Vision Screening Tests

Thanks to Dr. Marjean Kulp, researcher and professor at Ohio State University Optometry School, for her great published research articles on preschool vision screening.

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Is Your Child Visually Ready for School? – Webinar

Many children have 20/20 eyesight, yet 1 out of 4 children have vision problems. This impacts their school success, sports performance, and confidence.

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Former Avalanche enforcer Scott Parker battling effects of concussions

Nearly six years since he retired from the NHL as one of its toughest enforcers, Scott Parker is finding everyday life a more fearsome opponent than any he dropped the gloves against…

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Modern Science Validates Light and Color Therapies in Promoting Full-Spectrum Health

An article in The New York Times explores how color and light influence well-being in a variety of circumstance; from prison cells to neonatal units, coal mines to classrooms.

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Practice Goofing Up! A Cure for Perfectionism

Is your child (or you) a perfectionist? Perfectionism can create such fear that it stops you from trying! Start learning how to learn from your own mistakes.

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