Resources

These resources are for your education & information. The resources include:


Vision Therapy

“Parent’s Satisfaction with Vision Therapy.”  Journal of Behavioral Optometry, vol. 6, 1995.

100 parents randomly selected
82% saw an improvement in reading
57%improvement in self esteem
49% improvement in handwriting
45% improvement in ability to concentrate and pay attention in school

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Sports Visualization

  • Bandler, R.  Using your Brain for a Change.  Real People Press;1985
  • Farnsworth, C.  See It & Sink It.  Harper Collins Publishers; 199
  • Lampert, L.  The Pro’s Edge.  Saturn Press
  • Porter, K.  Visual Athletics.
  • Sandella, D.  Releasing the Inner Magicianwww.innermagician.com; 2002

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Learning Related Topics

  • Clark, F & C. Hassle-Free Homework. Doubleday: 1989
  • Blythe, S.G. Attention, Balance and Coordination: The A.B.C of Learning Success. Wiley: 2009
    • Attention, Balance and Coordination is the most up-to-date handbook for professionals involved in education and child development, providing a new understanding of the source of specific behavioral problems.
  • Furth, H &Wachs, H. Thinking Goes to School. Oxford University Press
  • Silverman, L. The Visual-Spatial Identifier- Upside Down Brilliance.   www.Gifteddevelopment.com.
  • Vitale, B. Unicorns are Real. Jalmar Press: 1982.
  • Hellerstein, Lynn. See It. Say It. Do It.. 1st. Centennial: HiClear Publishing, 2010. 223. Print.
  • Forkiotis, Dawkins. Suddenly Successful. 1st. Santa Ana, CA: Optometric Extension Program Foundation, Inc., 1991. 273. Print.
  • Barry, Susan R. Fixing My Gaze: A Scientist’s Journey into Seeing in Three Dimensions. Basic Books, 2009. ISBN: 978-0-465-00913-8

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Contact Lenses

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Optometric Organizations

  • Optometrists Network
    A national network of optometrists.
  • COVD – The College of Optometrists in Vision Development
    An international professional organization which grants board certification in Vision Therapy to optometrists.
  • AOA – The American Optometric Association
    Organization of 32,000 optometrists.
  • OEP – Optometric Extension Program Foundation
    Serving the educational needs of optometrists.
  • NORA – Neuro Optometric Rehabilitation Association International, Inc.
    An organization which provides direction for the visual rehabilitation of persons who have physical disabilities and/or traumatic brain injuries (TBI).
  • TAYE – Think About Your Eyes
    American Optometric Association’s initiative to propel eye and vision health by educating Americans with optometry’s singular message-the importance of getting a comprehensive eye examination

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