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All evaluations include a comprehensive report of the findings with recommendations for treatment.  We offer vision therapy for treatment of many visual problems.  Visual skills are critical for learning and reading; however, there are other factors involved and often a multi-disciplinary approach is important.  Our testing and report will provide you with important information that will help you understand your child’s specific strengths and weakness, the most appropriate strategies and activities for helping your child improve, and if indicated, referral to other professionals such as speech therapists, audiologists, education specialists, occupational therapists and physical therapists.   


We would look forward to working with you to help you or your child reach your visual, educational, occupational and athletic goals.

Binocular Vision
Visual Skills

Evaluation Includes Assessment of:

  • Depth Perception

  • Eye Teaming Skills (How well the eyes work together)

  • Eye Alignment (includes assessment of "wandering" or "lazy" eye)

  • Focusing Skills (stamina of focusing up close, accuracy of eye focusing, and how quickly the eyes can chage focus)

  • Eye Movements Skills (including tracking and fixating)

  • Developmental Eye Movement Test

All tests are compared to research-determined normal values, some dependent on age

Who would benefit from a Binocular Vision Evaluation?

Traumatic brain injury, concussion, and stroke can disrupt visual skills causing some of the above symptoms.  Vision therapy can improve disrupted visual skills.


And those with the following symptoms:

  • Eyestrain or headaches when doing visual tasks

  • Lazy eye or eye turn

  • Blurry vision

  • Double vision

  • Cannot read or work on something at a near distance for very long, or avoids near work

  • Children who are slow readers or who are struggling in school

  • Patients who have had a concussion or head injury

  • Reading slowly, or losing place when reading

  • Skipping words or lines when reading

  • Re-reading

  • Decreased reading comprehension

  • Head movement while reading

  • Difficulty or errors when copying from the board at school

  • Words appear to move on the page

  • Closing or covering one eye

  • Poor concentration

  • Eye strain, discomfort or fatigue

  • Visually induced headaches

  • Poor depth perception

  • Variable school or sports performance

  • Frequently omits words, especially small words while reading


Visual Perceptual
Visual Processing

Evaluation Includes:

  • (TVPS) Test of Visual Perceptual Skills  

    • Visual discrimination

    • Visual memory  

    • Spatial relationships

    • Form constancy

    • Sequential memory

    • Figure-ground

    • Visual closure

  • Test of Visual Analysis Skills

  • Piaget Left/Right Awareness Test

  • Gardener Reversal Frequency Test

  • (DDT) Dyslexia Determination Test

  • Auditory Analysis Test


The visual information processing exam and consultation will take several office visits.  The multiple office visits are already included in the cost.



Who would benefit from a Visual Perceptual Evaluation?

A child who has any of the following symptoms:

  • Is a slow reader

  • Poor visual memory

  • Confusion of left and right

  • Reverses letters or numbers

  • Poor handwriting, Writes uphill, downhill, or all over paper

  • Completing homework takes much longer than peers

  • Poor eye-hand coordination

  • Struggles in school, especially in reading, spelling or math

  • Confuses likenesses and minor differences

An adult who has had a stroke or head injury and is having difficulty processing their visual world. For example:

  • Difficulty finding things in crowded drawers or shelves

  • Gets nauseous or has difficulty processing visual motion

  • Hand-eye coordination has become more difficult

  • Tends to drift to a side when walking



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