Success Stories

Optometry on the Rise in Asia!

Thank you to COVD for writing this piece. COVD Link: https://covdblog.wordpress.com/2016/12/08/optometry-on-the-rise-in-asia/ I was honored and humbled to be invited to participate for the First Asia and 6thASEAN Optometric Congress held in Manila, Philippines during November 11-12, 2016. Dr. Charlie Ho and the members from the Integrated Philippine Association of Optometrists (IPAO) and the Asia Optometric Congress...
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Divergence with a little help-Adult VT, Week 20

Thank you to COVD for writing this piece. COVD Link: https://covdblog.wordpress.com/2016/11/22/adult-vt-week-20/ Difficulties while reading, working, and learning to play the cello caused this adult patient to seek a comprehensive vision exam with a developmental optometrist found with COVD’s Locate a Doctor tool. He was prescribed glasses with prisms and a course of Read more

The Road to Success: How Vision Therapy Helped Me Teach My Teen to Drive

Thank you to COVD for writing this piece. COVD Link: https://covdblog.wordpress.com/2016/11/21/the-road-to-success-how-vision-therapy-helped-me-teach-my-teen-to-drive/ I sat down slowly and closed my eyes.  I took a deep cleansing breath in the hope of slowing my racing heart.  I opened my eyes and with the biggest smile I could muster and the hope that I was hiding the terror that was...
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Strategies against Suppression-Adult VT, Week 18

Thank you to COVD for writing this piece. COVD Link: https://covdblog.wordpress.com/2016/11/03/adult-vt-week-18/ Vision therapy is sometimes mistakenly seen as being just for children, but did you know that adults with undiagnosed vision problems who struggle with learning can benefit from vision therapy  as well? Difficulties while reading, working, and learning to play the cello caused this...
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Learning Disabilities Awareness Month….What’s Missing?

Thank you to COVD for writing this piece. COVD Link: https://covdblog.wordpress.com/2016/10/31/learning-disabilities-awareness-month-whats-missing/ whats-missing According to the National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD), learning disabilities (LD) arise from neurological differences in brain structure and function and affect a person’s ability to receive, store, process, retrieve or communicate information.  Weaknesses...
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Sometimes, the answer is a bus out the window – Adult VT, Week 17

Thank you to COVD for writing this piece. COVD Link: https://covdblog.wordpress.com/2016/10/27/adult-vt-week-17/ Vision therapy is sometimes mistakenly seen as being just for children, but did you know that adults with undiagnosed vision problems who struggle with learning can benefit from vision therapy  as well? Difficulties while reading, working, and learning to play the cello caused this...
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“Just Relax!”: Trying to get a feel for divergence – Adult VT, Week 15

Thank you to COVD for writing this piece. COVD Link: https://covdblog.wordpress.com/2016/10/14/adult-vt-week-15/ Vision therapy is sometimes mistakenly seen as being just for children, but did you know that adults with undiagnosed vision problems who struggle with learning can benefit from vision therapy  as well? Difficulties while reading, working, and learning to play the cello caused...
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On my way to enjoying 3D movies – Adult VT, Week 13

Thank you to COVD for writing this piece. COVD Link: https://covdblog.wordpress.com/2016/09/21/adult-vt-week-13/ Vision therapy is sometimes mistakenly seen as being just for children, but did you know that adults with undiagnosed vision problems who struggle with learning can benefit from vision therapy  as well? Difficulties while reading, working, and learning to play the cello caused this...
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