1520 Portage Trail #2
Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44223

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1520 Portage Trail #2
Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44223

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Visual Perceptual Skills- Visual Discrimination

Someone with visual discrimination difficulties may have trouble matching and/or distinguishing similarities and differences in words (planet vs plane), letters, pictures, objects, numbers, etc.  Sorting and matching objects (such as socks) can also be troublesome....

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Visual Perceptual Skills– A Series of Information

Seeing distance and near clearly is only one small function of our eyes. Being able to keep the picture single and in focus are two more. However, there are many other skills our eyes are used for that contribute to the way that we see. These skills have a significant...

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Vision and Learning Workshop

Approximately every 6 weeks we hold a workshop that discusses how vision has an impact on learning. Most people (incorrectly) assume that if you have 20/20 vision everything is fine. This is simply just not true. "Perfect" 20/20 vision only means you can see a certain...

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From “Lazy Eye” To Learning Eye!

What parent or child likes to hear that they have a "lazy eye"? Do you think a child's self-consciousness is boosted when they are diagnosed with a "lazy eye"? What does "lazy eye" even mean? Unfortunately lazy eye is a garbage can term. It is used by some to mean a...

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March is Brain Injury Awareness Month

Brain Injury Fact Sheet1 In 2010, about 2.5 million emergency department (ED) visits, hospitalizations, or deaths were associated with TBI—either alone or in combination with other injuries—in the United States. TBI contributed to the deaths of more than 50,000...

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Why you shouldn’t refuse dilation– A Case Report

Why do I need an an eye exam if I have 20/20 vision? Why do we always ask to dilate your eyes?  Is it really necessary? A colleague recently shared the results of a patient he saw-- the report is as follows: A 33 year old female reports to his office for her first...

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Comments From a Recent Presentation

Drs. Grant and Zaczyk are open to presenting to anyone who wants to learn more about how vision affects learning, or why 20/20 isn't enough. Below are some comments from a recent presentation that was given to a local primary school:   "Dear Dr. Grant and Dr....

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Good Vision Starts with a Strong Core

What?! What does vision and your core (or even what is your core??!) have to do with each other? Our core is comprised of the muscles that allow us to to hold our body upright. These muscles can be found in our belly, lower and mid back area. If these muscles are...

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Vision and Learning Month

August is national Vision and Learning Month! According to COVD (www.covd.org) August was declared Vision and Learning month in 1995. This is aimed to help parents, educators, and other health professionals understand the link between vision and its affect on...

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Toddler Eye Exam

So your baby has had their first exam between 6months and 12 months, what's next???   After the initial examination the eye doctor will make their recommendation for follow-up. As long as no other recommendations are made,  the next examination should take place...

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