Homepage of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development, the national certifying organization of optometrists specializing in vision therapy:

Fun site with great eye exercises to promote good visual health:

Excellent site packed full of great Information on vision therapy:

Good information source on children's visual health, vision disorders, and vision therapy:

Optometric Extension Program, a national optometric foundation dedicated to vision therapy training and education:

Excellent information on vision and learning:

Parents Active for Vision Education (PAVE), a national nonprofit organization dedicated to informing the public, parents, and teachers about children's vision problems:

Learning Problems - The Visual Connection:  This 75-minute seminar is available on the Internet to educate parents, teachers, schools, and health care providers about vision-related learning problems that are often undiagnosed in children.

Excellent site dedicated to providing information on vision therapy,, including the following links: 

Frequently asked questions about vision therapy:

The scientific support for vision therapy:

Information on Vision Therapy for Health Care Professionals by the American Academy of Optometry and the American Optometric Association: /storage/app/media/02_vt_info_AOA_AAO.pdf

An article about vision therapy from the Gale Encyclopedia of Medicine: Vision Training 

Web site on vision and depth perception, vision problems, and vision therapy:

Online information on vision and vision therapy:

Information on vision and learning from WebMD:

A discussion of vision development and vision therapy by an educational specialist:

An Attention Deficit Disorder web site explains how certain vision disorders are sometimes mistaken for ADD or ADHD:

Research on eye teaming disorder and ADD/ADHD:

Excellent annotated bibliography of research regarding the effectiveness of vision therapy:

Site dedicated to providing good information on strabismus ("crossed eyes"):

Information on vision therapy as the best treatment option for crossed eyes:

Pharmacists Planning Service (PPSI), a nonprofit informational organization for pharmacists, is striving to inform the public about how undetected vision problems is often mistaken for ADHD:

Web site with good ADD/ADHD information that encourages parents to have their child's vision evaluated to ensure poor visual skills are not contributing to the child's inability to stay on task and pay attention:

Good information on children's vision and vision therapy:

Site dedicated to providing information on vision therapy:

Information on rehabilitation of injury-induced vision problems:

Photographs of children in therapy with good information about visual disorders:

Great information on the visual processes involved in reading: 

Good visual demonstrations showing how children with poor visual processing skills see:

Vision Therapy Optometrists Online:

A learning disabilities specialist discusses how poor visual perception can affect learning:

The results of one school's collaborative effort with a developmental optometrist to provide vision therapy to students with vision problems and the improvements in the children's reading compared to students who did not receive vision therapy: 

A discussion from the National Center for Learning Disabilities on the ways visual processing and perceptual deficits can impede learning:

LD Online offers a discussion about the ways deficits in visual information processing can affect learning:

A discussion of how poor visual oculomotor skills contribute attention problems and impulsivity:

A discussion of how visual processing deficits are often mistaken for ADD from the mother of a daughter with visual perceptual deficits:

An independent, non-profit educational cooperative discusses the vital role vision plays in learning: 

Excellent discussion of the role vision plays in the classroom published by Restored Hope Remedial Services:

Educator's Guide to Classroom Vision Problems:

Good information on infants and children's vision:

Great site devoted to raising cerebral palsy awareness as well as other birth injuries:

InfantSEE™ is a free public health program for children during their first year of life:


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