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COVD Master of Ceremonies
Great new video from COVD for new young ODs. The importance of vision therapy in private practice.
Great courses, wonderful friends and fun…describe the 43rd Annual COVD Meeting in Orlando, FL. I was honored to be the Master of Ceremonies at the conference.
Dr. Lynn Hellerstein & Dr. Joe Borden, her associate, enjoy the College of Optometrists in Vision Development Annual Banquet in Las Vegas. Dr. Hellerstein was honored as being chosen to be the Master (mastress) of ceremony. A fun time for all! By Dr. Lynn Hellerstein, a Colorado Optometrist in Vision Therapy
College of Optometrists in Vision Therapy held their Annual Meeting Oct. 2011 in Las Vegas. As Past-President of COVD, it was an honor to have been chosen to be the Master (Mastress – feminine) of Ceremonies for the final banquet. Thanks to Dr. Kristi Jensen and Dr. Dom Maino for their pix! As you can see […]
All of the 22 Schools & Colleges of Optometry in the US and Canada have been visited by a (College of Optometrists in Vision Development) COVD Board Member or Past-President. The Tour presentation is the mission of the COVD Tour de Optometry Committee. These visits continue to spark interest in vision therapy by bringing “private […]
The esteemed Dr. Glen “Bubba” Steele honored us with his presence at B’s Ballpark Museum this weekend. Bubba was in Denver for the APHA (American Public Health Association) Vision Care Section meeting. He took a few minutes out of his busy schedule to remember his old favorite team, the Boston Braves. Thanks Bubba for all […]
Best Buy acknowledges vision problems for some viewers of 3D TV Nearly one million people in the U.S. suffer from stereo blindness, according to the College of Optometrists in Vision Development (www.covd.org). This prevents them from perceiving the intended depth of 3D entertainment experiences. Some of these people will see 3D programming in 2D with no […]
COVD (College of Optometrists in Vision Development) held its 40th Annual Meeting in Puerto Rico… beautiful venue, great friends and excellent speakers. One of the featured speakers was Dr. Susan Barry, neuro-scientist and author of Fixing My Gaze. She spoke on the neurobiology basis supporting neuroplasticity. Her expertise and entertaining speaking style laid the foundation for […]