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  • The Visual Process & The Autism Spectrum
    The Visual Process & The Autism Spectrum Originally posted on June 11th, 2012How is vision related to autism? Children on the autism spectrum are very likely to have delays in visual development. Read more
  • The Visual Process & The Autism Spectrum, part 2
    The Visual Process & The Autism Spectrum, part 2 Originally posted on June 18th, 2012In the previous post I discussed the fact that there is much more to the visual process Read more
  • My Daughter Is Driving Me To Think
    My Daughter Is Driving Me To Think Originally posted on July 16th, 2012Do you know anyone who drives a car?  Do you drive a car yourself?  If you are a driver Read more
  • Lenses, Part 4: Progressive Bifocals: Vision Care Breakthrough or Visual Process Breakdown?
    Progressive Bifocals: Vision Care Breakthrough or Visual Process Breakdown? Originally posted on June 4th, 2012Lenses – part 4 Why all this fuss about lenses? Lenses are an incredibly powerful and safe tool for Read more
  • Are YOU Looking at ME?
    Are YOU Looking at ME? Originally posted on June 29th, 2012Don’t Point Those Things At Me Unless You Intend To Use ThemMost people don’t give their eyes or their vision a Read more
  • Why Some Children Dont Like To Read
    Why Some Children Don’t Like To Read I started out as a child. My mother says I learned to read at a very early age. Before too long I became a Read more
  • I Do It My Way: Vision Therapy Will Help
    I Do It My Way: Vision Therapy Will Help Originally posted on October 2nd, 2012Introduction to Vision Therapy First a bit of housekeeping.  Personally I prefer the label visual training, but vision Read more
  • March is Brain Injury Awareness Month
    March is Brain Injury Awareness Month Last year I started Brain Injury Awareness Month with a bang. Literally. I was minding my own business early the morning of March 3rd, clearing Read more
  • Vision Therapy Across The Globe
    Vision Therapy Across The Globe A few years ago I had the great pleasure of consulting with Jolene, a mother who was interested in vision therapy for her two children and Read more
  • Lenses, Part 3: No Pain, No Strain?
    No Pain, No Strain? Originally posted on May 29th, 2012 Lenses – Part 3 What is visual stress? Prolonged close work is stressful to the human visual system.  A.M. Skeffington, a founder of the Read more
  • The Story of Nick and his Super Gobstopping Headache
    The Story of Nick and his Super Gobstopping Headache Originally posted on July 10th, 2012Nick was not quite nine and a half when we met.  On February 6, 2012 Nick came Read more
  • Lazy Eyes and the Doctors Who Enable Them
    Lazy Eyes and the Doctors Who Enable Them I have written about amblyopia (often referred to as lazy-eye) before on this blog as well as in my new book, A Parent Read more
  • Bill The Seasick Sailor
    Bill The Seasick Sailor Bill is a loyal patient who comes in every five years like clockwork. He is a large, gentle man, not someone you would peg as the traveling Read more
  • 3-D or Not 3-D, That Is The Question
    3-D or Not 3-D, That Is The Question Seen any good 3-D movies lately? Most of them aren’t the best movies ever made, but the 3-D can be spectacular and a Read more
  • The Visual Process and Self Esteem
    The Visual Process and Self Esteem One of my very first patients was Amy, a ten year-old girl who wasn’t reading at anywhere near the level everyone expected of her. She Read more
  • Vision vs. The Visual Process
    Vision vs. The Visual Process Originally posted on May 2nd, 2012Most people think of 20/20 when they hear the word vision.  Most eye doctors spend most of their time helping people Read more

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