Vision Therapy Blog
Being part of a vision therapy program is a lot of hard work. I will be the first to admit it. Our program consists of approximately 30 minutes of one-on-one in-office therapy, one to two times a week. On top…
October is Learning Disabilities Awareness month
October is Learning Disabilities Awareness month! “While educators may have been taught that vision has nothing to do with learning, COVD is sending the message that vision has everything to do with learning.” Check out the article below, you will…
It’s a Brain Thing
Coming back from the seminar, I was filled with more knowledge and therapy procedures. I was excited to show my patients some new fun exercises. Today I am going to share some of my notes I wrote down: Eye turn…
I’m Ready to Learn!
This weekend I am heading to Detroit for an Advance Vision Therapy Seminar. I will be learning more about Strabismus and Amblyopia. I am hoping to bring back more new VT tools and ideas to help my patients. Let’s talk…
Vision Therapy Masking Tape Games
Happy September! Hope everyone had a great Labor Day weekend! When you walk into our therapy room, you will always notice all the tape on the carpet. Here’s another fun Vision Therapy game, with a little help from masking tape….
New School Year is Not the Only Thing New Around Here
I don’t know about you, but this year is flying by. A month has passed since Duke has graced this blog! What have we been up too? A new doctor – Dr. Dale Martin – has joined our team, we…
Meet Duke, an American Pit Bull Terrier. He is going to help us model each treatment lens we use here at Nashville Vision Therapy. Thanks, Duke! To start us off, Duke is demonstrating his focusing abilities and anticipating a tracking…
Work that Peripheral Vision
Hello, readers. Happy Friday! If you remember, last week we talked about peripheral stability. As promised, here are some fun peripheral awareness exercises for home! A couple of weeks ago I discussed building up the vestibular system. One of the…
Since Autism Awareness month was in April, I have been doing more research on how vision is affected by the diagnosis. As you might remember in this blog,”The goals of treatment may be to help the autistic patient organize visual…
One of my favorite news apps on my phone is the CNN app. I like the quick videos, and articles of the current events happening around the world. I will say, the “Distraction” videos on CNN are always a favorite….