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Success Stories

Helen’s Story (71)

I had a stroke in my right eye and lost 90% of her vision in that eye.  Everything went upside down – I felt like I was losing control. I lost my independence and felt out of place. I was fearful to do the things I use to do because I couldn’t see. My world…

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Morgan’s Story (8)

When Morgan was in 2nd grade, I started noticing that she was not progressing as well in reading and math as her twin brother. She was not developing fluency and she would stumble over easy sight words. Her teacher made comments such as, “Morgan is much smarter than she is able to show on paper.”…

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Mark’s Story (11)

Mark has always been a super smart boy, but when it came to reading he would struggle.  He would move his head when he read, skip, reread, or omit words, used his finger as a marker and had poor handwriting.  In addition, he would often get headaches.       During the first four years of school (from…

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Luke’s Story (9)

Luke has attended Vision Therapy for nine months. The therapy sessions have taken place while Luke has attended school full time. He was diagnosed in August with dysfunction in all areas of visual processing. His performance at the beginning of the school year required constant diligence on the part of his teachers, but mostly himself.…

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Bree’s Story (25)

Vision therapy has changed my life. Before therapy I avoided reading out loud, had low self-esteem, had difficulty comprehending written material, and suffered from severe headaches. Since completing therapy, the most dramatic change has been in my self-esteem. This has had a ripple effect throughout my entire life. My comprehension of written material has improved…

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James’ Story (10)

Our son, James, loved to read and had a great vocabulary. But he began to fall behind in comprehension as the amount of required reading increased, the print got smaller, and the pictures fewer. He also had great difficulty with fine motor skills. Because handwriting was so hard, he had used a computer for his…

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James’ Story (9)

Since beginning vision training, James has become aware of how much his vision problems have impacted every aspect of his life. His participation in this program, combined with his occupational therapy, has allowed him an independence as a learner. We used to sit side-by-side with him to ensure completion and accuracy of work. Although his…

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Matthew’s Story (8)

We would like to thank Dr. Draisin, you and all the ladies in the Vision Therapy Center for the wonderful job you do. Our son, Matthew, spent six months in vision therapy with you and the difference that has made in his life in incredible.  From infancy Matthew has loved books. We would sit for…

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James’ Story (8)

We have twin boys Jackson and James that are now eleven. During the spring of the second grade we noticed James had trouble reading from the board and writing. We took him to our eye doctor and he was given a vision test. His vision was fine. Our eye doctor suggested we take him to…

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Carrie’s Story (13)

I would like to thank you for what you have done. Before my eye therapy, I wouldn’t read at all. Including homework, book assignments, or just to read for the fun of it. I hated math, with all the numbers and symbols. On top of all that, I was in an honors geometry class. My…

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