What it is / What it isn't
VISION THERAPY AT HOME is the only comprehensive vision therapy program designed to be done at home.
This program is modeled after our extraordinarily successful in-office programs that we have been doing for over 25 years. The good news is that you don’t have to have a background in vision therapy to follow this program. We’ve done all the work to make it easy to follow on your own. If you run into questions along the way, we’re always here to help.
Here are the answers to some common questions we get about Vision Therapy at Home:
What it is
- The Vision Therapy at Home program is accessed through the online portal. This is where you will get activity directions, schedules, and instructional videos. The activities themselves are done in “real space” away from the computer. This is important because we live in “real space” and completing the activities in this way encourages depth perception, spatial awareness, and overall coordination.
- The program consists of Five easy-to-follow phases released in 10-week intervals. For more in-depth information on each phase, check out the Program Structure page.
The program is designed to be completed in it’s entirety, completing the phases in sequential order as skipping, omitting, or implementing the phases out of order will compromise the level of success achieved. Once the program is started it is vital to continue until it is completed.
What it isn't
- This is not a computerized vision therapy program. We incorporate some computer-based activities in later Phases that enhance our program. This is a small percentage of the overall activities.
- Vision Therapy is not a quick fix. Like any other therapy, it takes time and repetition to achieve improvements and life-long results.
- Vision Therapy at Home is not for the diagnosis of Strabismus, Amblyopia, and ABI/TBI (traumatic brain injury). It is also not for the purposes of eliminating glasses, increasing visual acuities, or eye alignment. To read the full disclaimer, click here.