Excellent group of occupational, physical, speech therapists, teachers, administrators at the Clinton County RESA workshop on Nov. 6, 2014.
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Optometrist, Dr. Vicky Vandervort explains what it is like for a person to have eyes that work but do so inefficiently causing the person to exert extreme effort to see.
New published article in Clinical Pediatrics. Eye movements are necessary for the physical act of reading and have been shown to relate to underlying cognitive and visuoattentional processes during reading. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of saccadic training using the King-Devick remediation software on reading fluency. Methods. In this prospective, […]
In preparation for the new school year, families around the world focus on making sure their children are ready to go back to school.
Then make sure your kids are ready to learn. Each student should have a complete vision evaluation by an O.D. (Doctor of Optometry).
Here is a list of visual activities that can be found on tablets. This list grows daily! Hellerstein & Brenner Vision Center does NOT recommend that kids spend hours on computer/tablet technology. However, these games are very motivating and can help improve tracking, eye movements, visual spatial, visual memory and other skills. Click here for the […]
Many children have 20/20 eyesight, yet 1 out of 4 children have vision problems. This impacts their school success, sports performance, and confidence
Please join us for FREE Workshops on vision therapy. July 22, 2014: Kids Can’t Read If They Can’t See! September 30, 2014: Experience the Power of Visualization October 28, 2014: Do 3D Movies Make You Sick? Experience Vision Therapy This is your big chance to learn about the power of vision therapy to improve academic […]
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