“A study funded by the National Eye Institute (NEI), part of the National Institutes of Health, has shown that uncorrected farsightedness (hyperopia) in preschool children is associated with significantly worse performance on a test of early literacy.”
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Congrats to Dr. Derek Tong, Center for Vision Development in Pasedena, CA, for being featured in Arroyo magazine. The article is very timely as it celebrates COVD’s 10th Annual Vision & Learning Month.
The Binocular Vision, Perception and Pediatric Optometry Section of the American Academy of Optometry released a position paper titled, “Optometric Care of the Struggling Student: For Parents, Educators and Other Professionals.” Access the full paper at http://bit.ly/17uoVCw.
This is an EXCELLENT resource on the importance of vision therapy to help the struggling student become more successful.
One of the biggest mistakes parents can make is to assume that their child’s vision is fine because the vision screening was passed at the pediatrician’s office or the school nurse’s office.Beanie Leffler, now 60 years old, knows firsthand how big a mistake that is. She had passed all the vision screenings, and her parents […]