Vision Therapy trains our eyes and brain to work
together. A Vision Therapy Program is made up of a series of visual
exercises carefully tailored to the patients’ visual needs.
Who can we help?
Children: Reading below grade level
ADD/ADHD & learning problems
Visual dysfunction: Binocular vision issues
Amblyopia (lazy eye)
Strabismus (eye turn)
Convergence Insufficiency (CI)
Brain injuries: Concussions
individuals: Eye hand coordination/balance
Multitasking, Acuity, depth perception and 3D awareness
Why do Vision Therapy?
Alternative to surgery:
Often the preferred treatment method as it gets to the root of the problem without any added risks or side effects
Success & confidence:
Developing visual skills can lead children to become better learners and students.
How does it work?
The program is made up of a series of visual exercises carefully tailored to the patients’
Vision therapists turn to various tools, such as specialized lenses, prisms, patches, filters,
balance boards, and digital simulations to train the eye-brain connection.
Isn’t 20/20 Vision Enough?
If a child has been told that they have
‘20/20 sight’, it means that they can clearly
see the letters on the chart 20 feet away.
The child may excel in reading the letters
on the vision charts on the wall, yet lack
the necessary visual skills needed for
reading, writing, and learning — all of
which can adversely impact their
performance in school and in sports.
Call to book an appointment with Jon,
our Vision Therapist
Vision Therapy Canada