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Wisdom Course Flute Concert

Wisdom Course Flute Concert with Maestro pianist and Wisdom Course Leader, Jerry Fishman

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Sisters Of Levenworth Honored at Camp Experience

Sisters of Levenworth honored at CampExperience

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Happy Thanksgiving 2012

Thanksgiving is a time for me to acknowledge and be thankful for all my blessings.  Please read November’s newsletter for insights and notes of gratitude and love!   By Dr. Lynn Hellerstein, Colorado Optometrist in Vision Therapy and Vision Development.  Hellerstein & Brenner Vision Center  

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Vision Development: 12-18 months

We continue with vision development through Edina’s eyes.  Please check out previous newsletters to read the first four parts of this story. Look out!! Ready or not, here they come!  Your baby is now quite mobile, usually transitioning from crawling to walking.  Exploration is your baby’s mission!  Your child’s vision continues to develop.  It is […]

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Stress-Free Holiday Tips for the Whole Family

Thanks to Dr. Charlotte Reznick, author of Imagery for Kids.  With the holidays right here and now, here are some great simple activities to help the entire family. From Imagery For Kids archives, and now on the Huffington Post, a wonderful reminder how to have  stress-free holidays for the whole family.  By Dr. Charlotte Reznick […]

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Recommended Holiday Shopping List

Hellerstein & Brenner Vision Center has put together a list of some great educational toys and activities for kids of various ages and abilities. These toys are not only safe, they help develop visual skills! Download the Recommended Holiday Shopping List

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Self-Adjustable Glasses May Help Billions See

Thanks to the American Optometric Association for their information: As part of a series of articles dedicated to healthcare issues in the developing world, the New York Times  (9/27, D3, Bakalar, Subscription Publication) reports in “Small Fixes” that adjustable-focus eye glasses were invented by UK physicist Joshua Silver. “The two lenses are filled with clear silicone fluid, […]

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Kudos to Dr. Paul Freeman

Thanks to colleague and friend, Dr. Len Press, for his beautiful acknowledgement of another colleague and friend, Dr. Paul Freeman.  Dr. Freeman is the editor of the Journal of the Americian Optometric Association.  It’s readership is around 40,000 optometrists, assistants and others.  Dr. Freeman has strongly supported vision therapy for years, and his editorial reflects […]

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When Is Your Child Ready for Music?

When are kids ready to play music? This brilliant grand-daughter of mine not only plays, she reads music 🙂 By Dr. Lynn Hellerstein, Colorado Optometrist in Vision Therapy

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SECO President Dr. Neil Draisin Visits the Colorado Rockies

We were honored and thrilled to take Dr. Neil Draisin and his wife, Carolyn, to the Colorado Rockies Baseball game over the July 4th weekend.  Dr. Draisin, SECO (Southern Council of Optometry) and Past-President of COVD (College of Optometrists in Vision Development) were visiting from South Carolina. Ok, so we’re a little embarrassed how bad […]

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