Frequently Asked Questions


General Questions:


Questions about children:


Questions about Vision Therapy:




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Patient performing circles on the chalkboard. This is an activity that works on creating bilateral symmetry in gross movements along with eye movements.

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Patient working with the rotating peg board. This exercise develops spatial organization, eye control, eye-hand coordination and visual attention.

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Patient on the walking rail tracking a swinging ball. The purpose of this activity is to guide the patient in developing her internal rhythm. This is important in learning how to guide behavior while moving through space.

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Patient performing convergence therapy with the Brock String.