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.
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Our vision does not limit us. We limit our vision with our beliefs, behaviors and attitudes. Expand your vision. See beyond the predictable!
Learn about the new “games” and 3D technology to improve eye teaming skills, eye movements and amblyopia
“It’s an elegant demonstration that these visual processing pathways can be restored even long after the period when it was thought there would be a loss of plasticity,” said senior author Jean Bennett, MD, PhD, the F.M. Kirby Professor of Ophthalmology at Penn and director of the Center for Advanced Retinal and Ocular Therapeutics.
Here is a list of visual activities that can be found on tablets. This list grows daily! Hellerstein & Brenner Vision Center does NOT recommend that kids spend hours on computer/tablet technology. However, these games are very motivating and can help improve tracking, eye movements, visual spatial, visual memory and other skills. Click here for the […]
Therefore, I, John W. Hickenlooper, Governor of the State of Colorado, do hereby proclaim August 2014, CHILDREN’S VISION AND LEARNING MONTH
Dr. Susan Barry, neuro-scientist, explain how she develops 3D vision at age 48!
In Visionary Kitchen, Sandra Young, optometrist and chef has crafted 150+ mouth-watering, nutrient dense recipes:
See It! The word, visualization, conjures up many images and meanings for people.
This webinar is loaded with information to help you spot the signs and symptoms of vision problems and learn about the link between vision and learning.