Jonah was developing very asynchronously. It was so confusing. He seemed extraordinarily bright but couldn’t do simple tasks like coloring or writing. It was definitely making it hard to advocate for him. After Vision therapy he is much more at ease with fine motor skills and even opts in to draw and color! I can’t wait to see it all sync together this year in school.
After Vision Therapy, my child no longer reads with one eye. She no longer closes or squints her eyes to read and she no longer has any headaches. She has great depth perception now. Thank you all so very much! Great job!!
I am more focused and I don’t have headaches anymore and it’s easier to read and write.
When I was eight I figured out I had Amblyopia. It was very hard to see in my left eye. The only letters I could see in my left eye was 20/200. Before therapy I did not like school or to read. I have not enjoyed athletics and my hand writing was not very good. My coordination was not very good. A month or two after Vision Therapy I noticed a difference in my left eye. I have improved on athletics and my hand writing. My coordination has improved a lot. Therapy has helped me a ton.
Before Vision Therapy I had a short attention span with reading books because eyes were always tired and sometimes my vision was blurry. Motion sickness was really bad. My eyes were always shaky and they didn’t move very smoothly. I remember being very tired at the end of the school day and finding it hard to work on anything in school very long. After Vision Therapy, my eyes feel a lot smoother now and I can work on things a lot longer (especially on a computer). I enjoy reading a lot more than I used to. Vision Therapy has helped me a lot and I would recommend it to any one who has these problems.
I had a bunch of confidence in me that I didn’t know about.
For the first couple years of elementary school my daughter avoided any type of work that involved smaller print. Even though she could read fluently, understand what the reading was about, and discuss schoolwork at a high level. She described a glare on pages that had smaller fonts and avoided traditional type face. She preferred books that had larger writing and used a type face that resembled handwriting because it did not hurt her eyes. She complained of frequent headaches. After Vision Therapy, her ability to track and focus has greatly improved. She has been more willing to read for longer sustained times without getting headaches or eye fatigue. In school her eyes are not bothering her when needing to switch between the board and desk work. Her teacher has commented on her independence and focus when working on assignments. This part is completely new!