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 […]
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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.
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A Surprising Solution for Struggling Kids! Have you had your child’s vision checked each year before school?
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Q: Who is Dr. Lynn Hellerstein O.D.? A: Dr. Lynn Hellerstein is a developmental optometrist who specializes in preventive and functional vision care, including vision therapy. She is a highly acclaimed speaker, author, and consultant. Dr. Hellerstein has received countless awards and honors for her various achievements. Dr. Hellerstein has developed a method that has […]
“A study funded by the National Eye Institute (NEI), part of the National Institutes of Health, has shown that uncorrected farsightedness (hyperopia) in preschool children is associated with significantly worse performance on a test of early literacy.”