A much greater sense of pride again. Yay!…

Using the patch on his lazy eye, as the Behavioural Optometrist suggested, is making such a difference to Cameron’s lessons! He seems to be reading more easily, is less likely to guess and has got a much greater sense of pride again. Yay! In other news, his...

Questions About Vision Therapy?

Helping Every Child to Read recently hosted a live Q+A session with a vision therapy expert from the US, Dr Joel Warshowsky. Dr Warshowsky wrote an article about ‘the misdiagnosed child’, and then opened up the floor for questions that were submitted electronically....

Developing Child Vision through Play

Sometimes it seems like the best things in life come through hard work and patience. When it comes to developing your child’s healthy vision, here’s good news: it’s easy and fun! The American Optometric Association recently put together a timeline of toys...

Behavioural Optometry: Taking Care of Our Eyes

Our eyes are perhaps the most important, yet often neglected, aspect of our healthcare regime. After all we only have two. Without even one of them, the world changes. Without both, our life changes radically. While the general perception of optometry is that it is...