Welcome to the official OCVT Connection Blog. We are excited to be live online and are ready to start sharing our stories. We hope that this is a place that you will find answers to your questions, inspiration in real-life success stories and helpful tips on your vision therapy journey. If you are new to […]
Macie’s Mom explains how vision therapy helped Macie’s academics, confidence and her relationships at home.
NPR stated that American children spend more time in front of electronics than they do at school. The Academy of Pediatrics will be releasing new recommendations for age and time spent in front of electronics that are more relevant in the days of the tablet and smart phone. Until then, what can parents and educators […]
With concussions drawing national attention in the headlines recently, the subject of symptoms and treatment are important to address. According to recent research, over 50% of people that have suffered a concussion or have post concussion syndrome suffer from vision related problems. Some of these problems are gone in 3 months, however others persist long […]
Does your child have difficulty concentrating in school? Have you been told that your child is disorganized and has hyperactivity? Is your child impulsive? Trouble in School? ADHD? Maybe it’s a Learning-Related Vision Problem Some children with learning difficulties exhibit specific behaviors of impulsivity, hyperactivity, and distractibility. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a common […]
This August marks the 20th year National Children’s Vision and Learning Month. It was started in1995 with a presidential proclamation from Bill Clinton to help parents and educators understand that undiagnosed vision problems can block learning and lead to years of unnecessary struggling. Trouble in School? Maybe it’s a learning-related vision problem Vision is a […]
The Neuro-Optometric Association (NORA) inducted Dr. Briana Larson, Founder and Clinical Director of the Optometry Center for Vision Therapy as a Fellow of the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association (FNORA) during its 2014 Annual Conference in Cary, North Carolina on April 3-6, 2014. An FNORA designation is recognition of a professional’s highest level of competence in clinical […]