Category: vt

About This Site

   Hello, and welcome to the drboulet.com public services website. This site contains resources for stakeholders in children’s education. This includes all parents (public, private, and homeschool), educators, rehabilitation specialists, ODs (doctors of optometry), MDs (medical doctors), school counselors, psychologists.…

Who The Private Site Is For

See Also: • Becoming a Registered User • What The Private Site Provides The private site contains training elements for subscribed users. These are • Parents, learning to deliver training and therapy to their children at home. • Teachers and reading support…

Becoming a Registered Member

See Also: • Who The Private Site Is For • What The Private Site Provides • Contact Us If you are interested in participating in discussions, providing opinion, or subscribing to Vision and Learning Therapy Services, please write toinfo@dvvc.ca, Subject: eLVT Membership. Provide…

Private Site Services

What The Private Site Provides See Also: • Becoming a Registered User 
• Who The Private Site Is For • Sample Activities This public site provides only limited resources and is to serve as a preview only of what the private site offers.…

Internal Links

See these pages to begin your research: • External Pages of Interest • Pricing and Licensing • Services • What is eLVT? • What The Private Site Provides • Who The Private Site Is For • Vision Therapy • Education Therapy • Help – How To Use This Wiki • Becoming a…

Bates Method

See Also: Sham Therapy The ‘Bates’ ‘natural’ method of addressing visual dysfunction is a favourite sham therapy of mine. No, it does you no good whatsoever and still people pay money for Dr. Bates’ manual. Various sites on the ‘net…

Oculomotor Training and Vision Therapy

Download this study: Efficacy of Oculomotor VT in Reading Visual Signal Acquisition (VSA) is the process of using the eye muscles, focusing system, and visual perception to find, target, and fixate on a visual signal. Visual signal could be anything we…

Testing For Concussion

See also: www.ConcussionDetection.com Sideline test accurately detects athletes’ concussions in minutes See Also: • Original Article: http://www.usatoday.com/yourlife/health/medical/2011-02-07-concussion08_st_N.htm (More than 40% of high school athletes return to action too soon following a concussion, according to a 2009 study.) By Janice Lloyd, USA TODAY…

Patching in Amblyopia

Here’s an article on patching in amblyopia: http://visionhelp.wordpress.com/2011/04/26/new-scientific-evidence-for-amblyopia-treatment-two-eyes-are-better-than-one/ Patching has long been used the treatment of ‘lazy eye’ (a term I rather dislike), otherwise known more clinically as ‘amblyopia’. Patching is and has been frequently misused and perhaps even abused…

Eye Exam

  ‘Eye Exams’ are not what they used to be. These days, modern optometry graduates have extensive specialty training in visual anatomy & physiology, pathology, and therapeutic treatment of disease and behavioural issues such as reading disorders, strabismus, and many…