Will Smith’s new movie Concussion is likely to make parents think twice about having their children involved in contact sports like […]
Archive for ‘Vision Therapy’
Larry Fitzgerald Knows Vision Therapy
In case you are not a football fan, let me make it simple. Larry Fitzgerald plays football for the Arizona […]
Motivation is Key to VT!
Today’s guest blogger is Katey Hajos MS. Katey has been a vision therapist and vision therapy instructor for over 10 […]
Vision Therapy — Its NOT Just for Kids
Happy New Year! Here is a very important message from Dr. Julie Steinhauer at Vision for Life. “Improving Vision Today, […]
October is Learning Disabilities Awareness Month
Inadequate Vision Screenings Contributing to Epidemic of Children with Learning Problems Only two years after The Nation’s Report Card showed […]
What is Amblyopia?
Amblyopia is a neuro-developmental disorder of the visual cortex that arises from abnormal visual experience early in life. It is […]
When the Words Hop Like Frogs
With many children going back to school in August, now is the perfect time to focus on the critical link […]
Vision and Learning – 20 Years Strong
This post offered by guest blogger, Robert Nurisio, COVT. Robert is a Vision Therapist with over 15 years experience and […]
Vision Therapists as Educators During School Visits
Vision Therapists as Educators During School Visits I began my career as a vision therapist in 1997, having obtained my […]
WELCOME TO OUR NEW JOURNAL!
A very special message from Dr. Leonard Press, FCOVD, FAAO, author of the textbook Applied Concepts in Vision Therapy, Past President […]