Yes. Majority of learning is done through vision. And many skills including eye focusing, movement, teaming, as well as visual perception interfere with the learning ability to a great extent. An individual with normal intelligence and 20/20 vision may still have learning-related vision problems.
A full comprehensive eye examination must be completed by your eye doctor before a visual skills assessment can be conducted to determine whether you are a good vision therapy candidate. If you are interested in vision therapy service and do not have a regular optometrist, you are welcome to see one of our great doctors.
If you are a candidate, the vision therapy doctor will prescribe and supervise an individualized vision therapy program for your specific needs. The one-hour, in-office vision therapy sessions are typically scheduled over a 15-20 week period or longer. In addition, therapy is supplemented by daily “homework” activities prescribed by the the therapist between in-office visits.
Hi, I’m Dr. Kelly Sung Hee Lee. I’m a licensed Optometrist (OD) and Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry (FAAO).
I am a residency-trained Optometrist in vision therapy, rehabilitation, and pediatrics. Our eye care team and myself are happy to provide custom vision therapy services that help your visual needs.
Please visit me at Kodak Lens | Broadview Eyecare located at 318 Broadview Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M4M 2G9.