Category: Treatment

Seeing Smarter

Parent/Advocacy Resource: SeeingSmarter.com See: http://www.seeingsmarter.com/index.html The SeeingSmarter web site was developed by Dr. Stephen C. Miller and his daughter, Elizabeth A. Miller, to provide a single, comprehensive source for information and helpful tips regarding infants and children’s vision development. Drawing…

Guest Author: Michael Lievens

Michael is a friend of mine, colleague and collaborator. He is not a doctor, but knows more about vision than most MDs, and likely many ophthalmologists when it comes to functional vision concerns. Michael was a high hyperope and had…

Reading Reflex

‘Reading Reflex’, by Carmen McGuinness and Geoffrey McGuinness is a great resource to offer parents to assist with reading development. This program will have no impact on underlying binocular vision concerns and is therefore not a substitute for a thorough functional…

Monocle

Here are two sources of monocles. http://ca.warbyparker.com/monocle/ http://www.deadmensspex.com/default/monocle.html    

Iseikonic Lenses

Differentials of refractive errors between the eyes, anisometropia, can cause fusional difficulties due to aniseikonia, the difference in magnification between the eyes, especially when corrected with standard ophthalmic lenses. Providing optimal optics to your aniseikonic patients is a simple and…

Activity: Air Balloons

Not everyone can find a vision therapy (VT) clinic within a drivable distance (especially in Canada, and many other places in the world), that’s one of the reasons I began working on online solutions for parents a few years ago.…

Yoga In Schools

Yoga has a great variety of developmental benefits, and guess what? It’s dirt cheap to implement in schools. I’ll return to this topic frequently, but for now check this out: http://globalnews.ca/news/685574/california-judge-allows-yoga-in-public-schools/