• Oculomotor Function (eye tracking)
    • Binocularity (locating objects)
    • Focus (identifying objects)
    • Reflexes
    • Vestibular Integration
    • Form Memory
    • Sequential Memory


Additionally, Gracie’s parents have reported, in a self-evaluation, improvement in the following areas:

    • Reading Ability
    • Reading Comprehension
    • Reading Endurance
    • Reading Independence
    • Loss of Place Frequency While Reading
    • Oral Reading Fluidity
    • Reading Enjoyment
    • Reading Fatigue
    • Handwriting
    • Spelling
    • Educational Enjoyment
    • Ease of Study
    • Self-Confidence
    • Self-Esteem
    • Concentration
    • Attention Span
    • Happiness
    • Memory
    • Sports
    • Clumsiness
    • Ocular Control
    • Distance Vision
    • Depth Perception
    • Peripheral Vision


Gracie’s father gives the following statement in light of the progress we have made through our vision therapy sessions with Gracie:

“We recently started section 3 of vision therapy and Grace still very much enjoys it. The therapy is fun to her, rather than work. The home exercises prescribed for section 3 are also very enjoyable, even as we get more and more involved with actual eye functions. When we first walked through the door in Dr. Davis’ office, we never could have imagined that she would have made the progress she has made already. It’s been truly remarkable! We can hardly wait for more improvements, and we’re sure they are on their way. Whatever the cause was of Gracie’s vision problems, we know for a fact: Vision Therapy is the answer.”


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