Adventures in Brain Injury’s Cavin Balaster and Alek Hess interview Dr. Lynn Hellerstein about her book “See It. Say It. Do It!” and her methods for helping patients find success.
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Great visualization activity with 163 participants at SIODEC in Spain!
Happy birthday! Edina is 3 years old…going to pre-school! It is now three years since my beautiful grand-daughter, Edina Rose was born on September 14, 2010. Edina has given me an opportunity to not only spoil her, but to also observe her from a different perspective. When I had my own kids 30+ years ago, […]
Excellent video of patients describing their experiences and huge impact that vision therapy has had on their lives. Thanks Dr. Fortenbacher for sharing his excellent video. By Dr. Lynn Hellerstein, Colorado Optometrist in Vision Therapy, Hellerstein & Brenner Vision Center
Thanks to COVD.org for their video on the importance of vision for sports! By Dr. Lynn Hellerstein, Colorado Optometrist in Vision Development, Hellerstein & Brenner Vision Center PC
Thanks to Dr. Dan Fortenbacher for his great blog, Good sight and bad vision…recognizing the difference and how to explain it to parents. Here his simple answer: “Yes your child may have good eyesight, but from what I can see, he has poor vision skills and that it is important that they make an appointment with […]
Thanks to Monica Beyer, writer, for including our great optometric resource by Dr. Andrea Thau, the AOA Spokesperson: When A Visit To The Eye Doc Is In Order SheKnows.com| Monica Beyer | 09/06/2012 Here is a short part of the article: “Seeing well is important for kids — it’s how they learn, interact and grow […]
Excellent review on convergence insufficiency by Drs. Jeffrey Cooper & Nadine Jamal. Click here to read. By Dr. Lynn Hellerstein, A Colorado Optometrist in Vision Therapy, Hellerstein & Brenner Vision Center PC.
We continue with vision development through Edina’s eyes. Please check out previous newsletters to read the first five parts of this story. This newsletter includes the developmental time frame from 18-24 months. Happy birthday! Edina is 2 years old…no longer an infant…now a toddler! Children go through distinct periods of development as they move from […]
Great seeing Patty Lemer and other physicians, teachers, therapists and friends at the USAA Autism conference in Denver this past weekend. I was honored to give a vision therapy workshop to over 125 particiants! By Dr. Lynn Hellerstein, Colorado Optometrist in Vision Therapy, Hellerstein & Brenner Vision Center PC