Dr. Winters talks about signs and symptoms of life-altering developmental vision problems and what you can do right now to see if you or your child could benefit from vision therapy.
After 6 months of Vision Therapy, my son is a different child and a different student. He has had 2 headaches in the 7 months since starting Vision Therapy at WAVTC, which is a vast improvement from the 3 or 4 a week that he had been experiencing...
Even if your child passed school screenings, they may have a vision problem that can affect school performance. Imagine trying to read and learn with words and letters overlapping. The skipping of words or lines and letter reversals while reading may also indicate that 20/20 vision is not enough for your child.
If you would like more information, our doctors frequently hold free workshops open to anyone interested in learning more about these vision problems that affect reading and school performance. They are normally held at our clinic. Contact us to reserve your spot in our next workshop!
Many children do not realize that they are seeing different than anyone else. Often times students who struggle behaviorally in the classroom or are diagnosed with ADHD may have a vision problem that can affect learning.
We provide several resources to educate the community about Vision Therapy, including the Vision Education Center, an online self-assessment survey, and phone consultations...all for free.