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Signs of Autism: PSA Provides Parents with a New Look College of Optometrists in Vision Development Release PSA on Autism & Vision Lack of eye contact, staring at spinning objects or light, fleeting peripheral glances, side viewing, and difficulty attending…

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Tell Your World

Want to tell the world about Vision Therapy? Start by telling YOUR world! How did you find out about vision therapy?  Chances are you learned of it through a friend, a teacher, or an optometrist who has experienced the success…

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At Any Age

Last year I wrote a blog about Susan Barry. If you remember she was born “cross-eyed”, and she saw her life in only two dimensions. Later in life she saw a Developmental Optometrist and began vision therapy. At age 48 (yes, 48!) she…

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Playing to See

One thing that is important to understand about vision is that proper vision is a learned skill, just like balance in the rest of the body, or language. Visual development is linked closely to fine and gross motor development and…

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Fashionable patching? It can be done!

We are pleased to announce that we will be offering spot patches in contact lens form and special sport tint lenses! What are these you ask? Spot Patch Contact Lens The spot patch is for patients that have to wear…

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VT from an Insider

Today, we have a special treat…. a guest blogger. I think you are really going to enjoy reading her perspective of Vision Therapy. Take a look: Hello all! I’m a Vision Therapist in training here at Nashville Vision Therapy at…

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Fun Facts

In the last two weeks there have been NO blogs. Unfortunately, my computer received a lethal virus, and I have been computer-less for almost two weeks. For the time being I will leave you with these facts from the COVD website:   How…

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It Takes Two

I have wrote several blog post about how to make Vision Therapy fun, and how to incorporate therapy into family time. I am trying to motivate my parents to do the therapy with their children 5-6 times a week. I…

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Who is reading this blog?

The Nashville Vision Therapy blog has been a great tool for a lot of my patients. My ideas for each blog usually comes from a conversation with one of my students parents. Yes, I always am listening! My hope is…

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Family Game Night!

Decades ago, families often spent more quality time together. Nowadays I feel like there are significantly more distractions. At our fingertips, we have 300+ channels on television, iPhones, personal computers, and video games. It seems like family time often takes…

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