Vision Problems and Babies: Part 2 Q&A
Eye exams are essential for babies to ensure normal visual development and to confirm there are no vision problems that might affect school performance. HereRead More
Babies and Vision Problems
Babies depend heavily on their vision to explore and learn about the world around them. Many people are unaware that vision, like walking and talking, is a learned ability and your baby’s eyes benefit from visual stimulation. That’s why it’s so important to make sure your child’s eyes and vision are developing normally.Read More
Does my Baby have a Vision Problem?
Infant eye exams are essential to ensure your baby’s visual development meets their developmental milestones. Most baby’s eyes are assessed by a neonatologist within aRead More
Vision Therapy for Primitive Reflexes
Retained primitive reflexes can significantly affect a child’s school achievements, confidence and self esteem. There is a significant correlation between retained primitive reflexes and vision skill deficits in the children, ages 6-14.Read More
What are Retained Primitive Reflexes?
Primitive reflexes are essential for development of your baby’s brain. However, if these are ‘retained’ there could be consequences for your child. The foundation ofRead More
Anxiety Activated by Reflex Codes
Author: Dr. Alex and Patti Andrich The Vision Development Team If you frequently experience bouts of anxiety, you are not alone. According to the AnxietyRead More