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  • "Since beginning vision therapy, Elaina has become more physically adventurous and is able to climb stairs easier with less fear. She is also no longer frightened by busy environments including patterned carpeting. Elaina is now playing and enjoying toys that require attention to detail. Her verbal skills have increased while her overall fearful feelings have lessened. The occurrence of visual stimming has also been eliminated. Overall, vistion therapy has allowed improvement with Elaina's growth and development."
    Elaina
  • "Hayden's concentration and ability to stay focused have dramatically improved since beginning vision therapy. His teachers noticed a differnce since his grades improved along with the ability to stay on task during school. Vision therapy is highly recommended for children who suffer from inattention and may even help some avoid treatment with medication."
    Hayden's Mom
  • "Through vision therapy Adam's reading skills and concentration have improved. He is happier when completing activities involving reading and his grades are a reflection of his hard work. His coordination, balance, and reflex skills while playing sports have become more accurate. His art skills, including coloring and drawing, have also become enhanced. Most importantly, Adam now has a better self-esteem!"
    Adam's Mom

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