Dyslexia and the Visual System

Around 700 million people worldwide have dyslexia, but could they have an undiagnosed vision problem? A high number of individuals with dyslexia have undiagnosed visual Read More »

2021 Update: BVD and Dyslexia

Studies show that up to 15% of the population may be dyslexic, though less than 10 percent actually receive a formal diagnosis. Dyslexia is a complex condition that impacts the way the brain interprets and processes information. It is one of the most common learning disabilities that affects writing, spelling and reading. Read More »

Does Dyslexia Impact your Work Performance?

Dyslexia affects around 15% of Americans, impacting the lives and work performance of millions of adults. Dyslexia is a learning disability that affects the way Read More »

Vision Therapy for Dyslexia: Success Stories

Personal stories from parents of children diagnosed with dyslexia. *Names have been changed for privacy protection. Click here for a list of more success stories Read More »

Dyslexia FAQs

Q: What is dyslexia? A: Dyslexia is a complex condition that impacts the way the brain processes and interprets information. It is one of the Read More »

Does Dyslexia Affect Adults?

Recent data shows that 1 in 10 adults have dyslexia and adults with dyslexia typically experience many challenges in the workplace and many adults also have low self esteem as a result of their dyslexia. Vision therapy has been shown to lead to improved reading, writing, and spelling. Vision therapy could be the solution you have been lookin for. Read More »

Optometric Management of Dyslexia

Comprehensive eye exams are essential if your child has been diagnosed with dyslexia. Children diagnosed with dyslexia could have an undiagnosed visual problem and may respond well to options such as eyeglasses or vision therapy. Read More »

Does My Child Have Dyslexia?

Has your child been diagnosed with Dyslexia? Since up to 80 percent of learning in school is acquired through vision, a child diagnosed with dyslexia may actually have an undiagnosed vision problem, causing difficulties with their academic performance. Read More »

Could My Child’s Dyspraxia Be Improved by Vision Therapy?

Has your child been diagnosed with dyspraxia? Vision therapy may help. Often referred to by professionals as Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD), dyspraxia is a disorder Read More »

4 Binocular Vision Problems that Cause Eyestrain

Binocular vision problems can cause eye strain while using a digital device, and impact both academic and work performances.  If you suffer with headaches or Read More »

Can Vision Therapy Help Learning Difficulties? Top 8 FAQs

Over 25% of all children have a significant vision problem that impacts their learning (American Optometric Association). Your child’s education and happiness means everything to Read More »

Vision and Learning: Excerpts from Dr. Donald Getz

If vision is learned, then it can be improved.  Dr. Donald Getz (1931-2012) was a world-renowned lecturer, author and leader in vision therapy, he taught Read More »

Healthy Eyes for Life: 10 Facts for School Children

Are your child’s eyes school-ready?  The school years place heavy demands on your child’s eyes and vision. Make sure your child’s eyes are checked on Read More »

Improving Self-Esteem with Vision Therapy

Could vision therapy lead to improved self-esteem? Many children do not receive a comprehensive examination of their visual skills. As a result, children with reduced Read More »

7 Important Studies on the Efficacy of Vision Therapy

Has vision therapy been recommended, but you are unsure of its efficacy and success rate? As researchers continue to report the efficacy of vision therapy Read More »

Is there Scientific Evidence that Vision Therapy Works?

Vision therapy has been proven effective for improving many binocular vision conditions. The Convergence Insufficiency Treatment Trial (CITT) showed how office-based vision therapy is beneficial. Read More »

What is the Youngest Age to Start Vision Therapy?

Vision therapy is essential for infants and children to ensure their eyes develop correctly and to avoid life-long vision problems. The first few years of Read More »

Eye Exercises You Can Do at Home

Do you want a few at-home eye exercises that may just reduce your eye strain and fatigue? Many people suffer from vision problems that cause Read More »

Eye-mazing Facts About Eyes

Did you know that your eyes are the 2nd most complex organ in our bodies? Did you know that only one-sixth of your eye is Read More »

Improving your Child’s Self Esteem

Many children suffer with low self esteem, which can dramatically improve after completing a program of vision therapy. Many children are labelled as lazy learners, Read More »