Sight is having the ability to see light accurately (visual acuity).
Vision is being able to derive meaning from what is seen.

Children’s Vision Therapy

Vision therapy can benefit people of all ages, including children. Vision is affected during all stages of development, and adaptations can occur if the child does not develop properly. Vision therapy can benefit children with learning and reading related vision problems, lazy eyes (amblyopia), and eye turns (strabismus), as well as children belonging to special populations.

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What is Vision Therapy?

Vision therapy involves exercises that strengthen and train the eyes to provide clearer, more comfortable, and effortless vision. It is a non-invasive, doctor supervised program that is tailored to the specific needs of each patient. Vision therapy is often referred to as “physical therapy for the eyes”.

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Foveal Vision Training Program

Our vision training program is designed to strengthen your vision and correct visual dysfunctions. And although the program itself is comprehensive, it can be broken down into three simple steps: