Our Awesome Doctors
In addition to primary vision care the doctors at Grant Vision Care have a passion for working with people who have visual problems related to learning and neurological challenges such as stroke, concussion, autism, developmental delays, cerebral palsy, and multiple sclerosis, to name a few. They both enjoy working with all ages but especially children. They receive and welcome referrals from other professions such as occupational and physical therapists, physiatrists, teachers, reading specialists and psychologists.
Our Awesome Staff
Janet’s Master’s degree in Perceptual Motor Development has provided her with a tremendous foundation for her vision therapy work at Grant Vision Care, Inc. She has been working as a vision therapist for over 37 years. She graduated from Kent State University with a concentration in Exceptional Needs and is certified in Adaptive Physical Education. Her background in sports enhances the athletes experience in vision therapy. She brings energy and is a motivating force for all ages and all needs. She also teaches part-time at Kent State University and has for over 20 years. Janet is married, has two successful daughters and has recently become a very proud grandma. She loves animals, being outdoors and getting the family together.
With her energetic and warm personality, Melissa helps make each patient’s visit feel comfortable. Melissa’s love of children comes through as she works with them. In her spare time she enjoys using her music degree by instructing the handbell choir at church.
Sarah graduated from Miami University and has been working in patient care and with patient insurances for over nine years. She loves to watch the Grant Vision Care team touch and change so many lives on a daily basis. Sarah enjoys going to country concerts and sporting events as well as riding and showing her horse, Saint.
Susan likes to make each patient feel relaxed and comfortable. Her background includes working in academics with special needs children and being a school health aid. This has given her the skills necessary to properly care for the patients and interact with them during their examination. When Susan is not in the office she enjoys spending time with her family, dog and running.