March is Brain Injury Awareness Month 2021

2021-03-31T05:11:48+00:00March 31st, 2021|Concussion/TBI, Featured, Vision Therapy|

WHAT IS BRAIN INJURY Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) is the summary term for a traumatic event (such as a concussion) or medical condition (such as stroke) resulting in damage to the brain. An ABI often impacts daily function. What can cause a brain injury? Traumatic Brain Injury (or TBI) examples include: concussion from a motor vehicle accident, fall, sports/recreational impact with another play or object Neurological disease examples include: multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy Other medical conditions examples include: stroke, [...]

Vision Learning Games & Toys for Holiday Gifts!

2021-01-21T03:15:34+00:00December 15th, 2020|Vision and Learning, Vision Therapy|

The holidays are just around the corner! And with the holidays comes gifting and giving...below you will find a list of educational toys and activities for kids of various ages and abilities to help develop visual processing and visual motor skills! Give the gift of visually learning and enhancement! Play is important in enhance children's development. And learning can be and is FUN!  BUILDING GAMES AND TOYS: Eye-hand coordination, visual-spatial organization, and visualization Mega Bloks (Age 1+) K’NEX (Age [...]

Confidence in Abilities Has Soared

2020-09-16T22:58:17+00:00September 16th, 2020|Vision Therapy, Vision Therapy Success Stories|

“My son now reads more quickly and fluently. He went from a child who dreaded reading assignments to one that has a favorite book that he reads just for fun. Work at school and at home does not take as long and therefore he is able to do many other activities. His report card assessment went from being below grade level in some reading and writing areas in 2nd grade to being to straight A’s in all subjects in [...]

Read Without Struggling

2020-09-16T22:58:34+00:00September 16th, 2020|Vision Therapy, Vision Therapy Success Stories|

“My daughter now reads without struggling and without arguing with me to do it. Her confidence has grown tremendously. Also, her ability to concentrate and complete her work is no longer a problem. This has been a great experience for all of us.” – Proud Parent of Vision Therapy Graduate

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