Step one for #author success—you need to “visualize” what you want to write … It’s the essential first step. New podcast with @MyBookShepherd @JudithBriles and guest @LynnHellerstein: http://ow.ly/U67050virEd #amwriting #authors #getpublished #books #vision #publishing
About Lynn HellersteinA pioneer in vision therapy and developmental optometry, for more than 30 years Dr. Lynn Hellerstein, has helped thousands of children and adults improve their vision and transform their lives — at home, in the classroom and on the sports field. Founder and co-owner of Hellerstein & Brenner Vision Center, Dr. Lynn Hellerstein is the author of an award-winning book series, SEE IT. SAY IT. DO IT! Dynamic and engaging, Dr. Hellerstein is a popular speaker nationally and internationally.
Author Archive | Lynn Hellerstein
There is an unmistakable association with vision problems, not corrected with glasses or contacts alone, involving binocular vision, oculomotor, accommodation and visual processing linked with children who have […]
Thanks to tennis pro, Ben Wolfe, for his wonderful interview with me on Sports Vision.
You Can’t Hit What You Can’t See: An Interview With Eye Specialist Dr. Lynn F. Hellerstein
Great meeting in Bellvue in April 2018-the largest COVD meeting ever!-846 attendees.
Get IEP Help Live! guest is Dr. Lynn Hellerstein, author of “See It, Say It, Do It,” and a pioneer in vision therapy & developmental optometry.
The lead editor of this helpful “owner’s manual” for parents serving as effective advocates for their child is Robin E McEvoy, a developmental neuropsychologist practicing in Denver, Colorado.
Insurance companies, Like Anthem, are refusing to pay for vision therapy for the diagnosis of convergence insufficiency. Anthem wants 12 weeks of home-based vision therapy documented (pencil push-ups) before they will consider in-office treatment. This is ridiculous! See letter below to insurance companies:
Our vision does not limit us. We limit our vision with our beliefs, behaviors and attitudes. Expand your vision. See beyond the predictable!
Using augmented-reality (AR) display systems, scientists have restored visual function in the amblyopic (lazy) eyes of patients outside of the currently accepted window for treatment.