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Most recent articles from our Family Vision column

FAMILY VISION

ARTICLE ARCHIVE

VISION PROBLEMS CAN LEAD TO CLASSROOM PROBLEMS

Is your child having problems in school? Do you frequently receive notes from his or her teacher about misbehavior or attention problems? It may surprise you to realize the child’s difficulties are the result of vision-related learning difficulties.

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SEPT 2018

LEARN ABOUT LAZY EYE

Lazy eye is a term that is often used for three different conditions. One of those conditions is ptosis, which is a droopy upper eyelid that occurs after someone suffers nerve damage. If one eye does not see as well as the other, this is called amblyopia. Most commonly, the term lazy eye is for strabismus, when the eye

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AUG 2018

BRAIN INJURY CAN AFFECT VISION

A concussion, also known as a traumatic brain injury (TBI) or an acquired brain injury, can adversely affect vision. Unfortunately, possible visual problems are often overlooked during the initial treatment of a concussion.

HIDDEN VISION DISABILITIES CAN CAUSE READING PROBLEMS

Visual efficiency is more than 20/20 vision, and there is much more to reading problems than dyslexia or ADHD.  About 85 percent of schooling is visual-based. About 75 percent of children with reading….

SPORTS VISION THERAPY

It may surprise you to learn eyesight and autism spectrum disorders have a connection.  One of the major symptoms of autism is a lack of eye contact. Few people with autism have trouble with their eyesight. The problem is with the person’s ambient visual system.

AUTISM AND EYESIGHT

Whether they’re swinging at a fastball, shooting free throws, lining up a putt or setting up a dig, athletes depend a great deal on their vision. They have to keep their eye on the ball in order to connect properly and hit a homer, make the basket, sink the putt or send a spike…..