Everyone loves reading or viewing a good mystery — the intrigue, the surprise of the unsuspected, and the satisfaction of finding out who did it. But imagine the frustration if you are left hanging with […]
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Most people assume that once classic vision problems are corrected or ruled out, everyone perceives the world in the same way. We now know that perception can be different for some. Sue, a fifth-grade student […]
Sandra K Landis, OD, shared this therapist report on vision therapy for reading problems in a young boy. Comment from the father is included. Brent Georgeson was referred to me at age 8 for a […]
Letters from readers on the successful use of Irlen filters. The first account is from an elementary teacher in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, who found that use of the filters helped some of her students […]
Dr. Melvin Kaplan’s book, Seeing Through New Eyes: Changing the Lives of Children with Autism, Asperger Syndrome and other Developmental Disabilities Through Vision Therapy, was recently released. Melvin Kaplan, OD, an advisory board member for […]
Developmental (or behavioral) optometry is an expanded area of optometric practice. Specialists in this field test for specific visual skills that are often related to learning. Over the last century, our dependence on near-vision has […]
Melvin Kaplan, OD Director, Center for Visual Management In the twentieth century, more than ever before, large numbers of people have been traumatized by eyestrain. Eyestrain is often overlooked as a causative factor for many […]