Did you know that 80% of learning is visual? Yet one out of four children in the U.S. has an undiagnosed visual problem that impacts his or her learning? Many of these kids are diagnosed or misdiagnosed as having learning disabilities, Attention Deficit Disorder, dyslexia, or poor motivation. In addition, 70% of patients who have […]
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Washington Post writer, Danna Lorch, writes a wonderful article about “Why visualizing images is so important for young readers, and how to foster the skill”. My first award-winning book, See It. Say It. Do It! explores the power of visualizing for kids…not only for reading but also for spelling, math, creative writing, sports, stress management, etc. […]
Dr. Sam Berne Eye Clarity Podcast featuring Dr. Lynn Hellerstein
Back to school eye exams are important for ensuring not only overall healthy visual function but also that students understand the importance of adhering to good eye health hygiene and are appropriately seeking care when issues do arise, such as red or pink eyes.
Visualization for Sports and Performance Learn about the importance of enhancing visualization for sports, music, and optimal performance in life.
Learn specific visualization strategies to help improve reading comprehension and fluency, spelling, creative writing, and math facts. Help your child/ patient with two of the biggest school stressors …homework and test anxiety.
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.
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.