Tis the season for school parties, signing yearbooks, and graduation celebrations. It sounds to me like the end of the school year – and final report cards. This can be a relief, or it can bring on frustrations.
How did your child do this year? If your child did poorly, what is the next step? Push them along, summer school, tutoring? There are a lot of options.
Has your child ever had a Comprehensive Eye Exam? If not, a trip to your local optometrist could help come next fall. Why? Check out how vision and learning are linked here.
Does your child have any of these symptoms?
If your child is experiencing some of these symptoms it can cause challenges in the school setting and in everyday life. Don’t worry, there is a solution – Vision Therapy! Vision Therapy helps you develop the visual skills necessary for good vision. We use optical devices and exercises to change the way that the brain uses the eyes in order to improve visual skills.
Don’t wait any longer, and get your child scheduled for a Comprehensive Eye Exam. During the dog days of summer, it is a great time to prepare for the new school year. If you have any questions, call (615) 386-3036 or email: VT@rdeyes.com.