Adult Vision Therapy

Vision Therapy is an effective option for adults. This page lists pertinent resources I thought some of our adult readers might find of interest.  I will update the page as information becomes available to me. (Note: If you’re looking for a Behavioral/Developmental Optometrist in your area, please visit the College of Optometrists in Vision Development web page, and click on “Locate a Doctor” found in the top, right corner of the page.)

Articles

Help for Adults Through Vision Therapy by Dr. Leonard Press

www.visionhelp.com/vh_about_09.html

Adult Vision Therapy – Effective therapy for adult vision problems by The Vision & Conceptual Development Center

www.visiontherapydc.com/adult-vision-therapy

Adults with Vision Problems

www.childrensvision.com/adults.htm

Vision Therapy for Adults by The College of Optometrists in Vision Development

http://covd.org/VisionTherapyforAdults/tabid/83/Default.aspx

Blogs:

Susan R. Barry, Ph.D, professor of neurobiology, Department of Biological Sciences, Mount Holyoke College, author of “Fixing My Gaze: A Scientist’s Journey Into Seeing in Three Dimensions

http://Psychologytoday.com/blog/eyes-the-brain

HealingMySight is a wonderfully written and very insightful blog from the perspective of an adult undergoing vision therapy to gain stereovision.

http://healingmysight.wordpress.com

Wide-eyed Wonder: an artist’s musings on three-dimensional vision

http://Leavingflatland.wordpress.com

One-eyed Princess

http://oneeyedprincess.wordpress.com

Greg Voth’s Blog via Sovoto: the vision advocacy network

www.sovoto.com/profiles/blog/list?user=0hcnx1mhutqq8

Strabby: strabismic, amblyopic eyes can evolve and improve with vision therapy

http://Strabby.wordpress.com

EXCELerated Vision: The Wow Vision Therapy Blog

http://wowvision.typepad.com/

The Vision Help Blog

http://visionhelp.wordpress.com/

Web pages:

Sovoto: the vision advocacy network

This is a public forum. Registration is free. It has a lot of information available via blogs, discussion forums and articles.

www.sovoto.com

College of Optometrists in Vision Development

www.covd.org

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