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Vision Therapy at Home Program
Purchase the Vision Therapy at Home program either in the workbook/DVD format or with instant access through our online membership program.
Primitive Reflex Training at Home Program
Learn how to test for and integrate the five most important primitive reflexes in either workbook/DVD format or through our easy online-access membership program.
Visual Development for Preschoolers Program
Make sure your child is ready for preschool and kindergarten with this proven program available in either workbook/DVD format or online through our membership program.
Vision Vs. Eyesight: Is 20/20 All That’s Important?
The Snellen eye chart with the big “E” on the top was developed in 1862. We know so much more about vision and the brain now. Why is this out-of-date eye chart and 20/20 vision still considered the standard?
ADHD and Dyslexia: Frequently Misdiagnosed
ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) and dyslexia (literally “poor reading” in Greek) describe what the individual is doing (not paying attention, reading poorly), but they stop there. The key is knowing why they are doing it.
Vision Therapy at Home Vs. In-Office Vision Therapy: An Important Message from Dr. Lori Mowbray
I decided that it was necessary to design a vision therapy program that could overcome the obstacles of lack of availability, lack of travel time, and lack of finances so that many more people could enjoy the benefits of a vision therapy program.
Why Vision Therapy at Home is Superior to Computer Vision Therapy Programs
Computer programs play an important part in vision therapy and are included in the Vision Therapy at Home program. However, they leave out several important elements that ensure good results that stay once the program is completed including activities integrating movement and visual abilities.
What If I Don’t Live Near a Vision Therapy Doctor?
No problem! We offer email consultation services with board-certified vision therapists through the Minnesota Vision Therapy Center. Contact us for more information.
The Importance of Good Visual Development for Preschoolers
Without good visual development, a child will develop functional visual problems which will influence his or her learning, motor abilities, and cognitive function as they progress through school and in later life.
Promoting Good Visual Development in Young Children
There are many things that parents and caretakers can do during this time of early development from birth to age six to enhance and improve how the visual system functions later in the life of a child.
See A Sample
See video and PDF samples from one of our programs as well as lists of the categories of activities addressed in each program.