March is brain injury awareness month, and this year it seems there is an unprecedented amount of focus on traumatic […]
Benjamin C. Winters, OD, FCOVDDr. Winters is the clinical director for a young and thriving vision therapy practice in Yakima, WA. He is married to his beautiful bride of 10 years and they have four darling children. Dr. Winters is passionate about helping children overcome developmental vision problems and unlocking their potential for success.
Science and Splash: “My Eyes Couldn’t Rest for a Minute”
Today’s guest blog post was written by Carrie Hall, an optometric vision therapist at Washington Vision Therapy Center in Yakima, […]
Fellowship of the ?
Well, I certainly must say that I’ve missed the blogosphere. My absence from this blog has not been without reason […]
The Splash – From Ripples to Waves
Check out this video highlighting a child that has been helped with vision therapy. In the feature story, the child […]
The Splash – Persistent Parents
Our guest blogger this month, Carrie Hall, is one of the very talented vision therapists at my practice. She brings […]
The Science – Visual Factors a Primary Cause of Beginning Reader Failure
August is National Children’s Vision and Learning Month! As promised I wanted to take the next few Science entries to […]
Diary of a Strabismic Kid (part 1)
I have another set of entries outside of the Science and Splash that I would like to share. I affectionately […]
The Science and Splash are Back
So today, let’s talk science. I recently had a conversation with a well-known pediatric neuropsychologist in my area. She is […]
The Science – Vision problem or ADHD?
I have just spent sometime venturing through the blogosphere of mothers with children with ADHD. I was so impressed with […]
The Splash – Success after Long Academic Struggle Highlighted on CBS Boston
This is a great article and video done by CBS Boston. It beautifully highlights some children similar to the ones […]