ADHD and Vision Success Stories

Ryder C.

December 18, 2020

They came back for more! It turns out vision therapy’s great results can run in the family! From reading to calf roping, this is a story to be told!

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Will D.

September 26, 2019
Will D. Story

Mom says: “Vision Therapy has helped Will tremendously. He will now sit and read without me asking! His focus has improved and he is more engaged in the learning activities at school. ”

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Norah H.

April 2, 2019
Norah H. Story.

Norah Says: “Vision Therapy has helped me with several different things. The first is reading comprehension….Next is paying attention and focusing….Next is coordination which had helped me with Tae Kwon Do so I could move up to the next belt.”

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Abbie A

March 9, 2019
abbie a. success story.

Mom says: “Abbie rarely squirms and fights when reading or doing school work. Her teachers have noticed a big difference in her attention span. She is now at grade level reading!”

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Reese C.

February 28, 2018
Reese's story

Reese’s Mom Says: This is a great program and highly recommend it. The Drs. & therapists were truly caring and couldn’t have done a better job.

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Ella G

June 1, 2016
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Mom says: “Ella was diagnosed with ADD and everyone just wanted to medicate her. We received a full diagnosis from Dr. Vicky and went straight to work. Ella no longer has daily vision headaches, she is reading chapter books independently and no long skips lines or words while reading. She is more attentive and focused.…

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Hayden M.

November 10, 2015
Hayden M

Mom:  “Hayden started wearing glasses in preschool and diagnosed with ADHD in first grade.  The testing with the ADHD clinic indicated Hayden’s verbal IQ was 30 points higher that his visual IQ!  We took him to our eye doctor and a pediatric optometrist but neither could offer us any insight as to why.  We moved to Iowa…

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Sadie T.

September 2, 2015
Sadie T PS

Mom: “She was in Title 1 Reading/Math.  She appeared to have the symptoms of ADHD because she could not concentrate, sit still, focus, or complete anything she started without an adult over the top of her.  She struggled to complete even a one-step task at home like gathering the trash.”

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Thomas K.

April 4, 2015

Mom: “For the past three years Thomas has struggled in school and would often complain of headaches. He had a hard time with reading comprehension and would really struggle with getting his homework completed. After 8 months of therapy with Kim, his headaches are now gone, homework is no longer a major struggle and his…

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Sam B.

November 2, 2014
Sam B PS

Mom: “Vision therapy has helped our son in so many unexpected ways. A year ago I would never have guessed what vision therapy could do for his self-confidence, his mood, his behavior, his athletic performance/coordination.”

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Grace W.

May 19, 2014
Grace W

Mom: “Grace hated school in kindergarten. I have never heard of a child not loving kindergarten. Her teacher would tell me of angry outburst and fighting.”  Now: “Grace loves first grade. She started below her grade level in reading and ended first grade at about a 3rd grade level. She is now loving school.”

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Steven M.

November 23, 2013
Steven M. PS

Mom had this to say: “I was very worried about Steven starting middle school, but because of VT I think this has been his best year yet.” “I wish someone would have recommended VT in first grade instead of the ADHD medications.”

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Alex M.

October 3, 2013
Alex M PS

Mom: “Once Heartland ran the test and they were able to show me howe Alex struggled to read, ‘Mom Guilt’ kicked in and I started to cry. I couldn’t believe he had been struggling like that and I had no idea.” Alex: “After a few weeks of therapy my headaches were gone. As time progressed…

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Christian S.

September 19, 2013
Christian S

Mom had this to say: “We found out that a lot of his ADHD symptoms are commonly misdiagnosed vision issues.” “Christian’s inability to focus and struggles with reading were because it physically hurt his eyes to try and focus in on what he was seeing, so he’d constantly look away.”

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Drew W.

November 2, 2012
Drew W

Mom had this to say: “He kept to himself at recess and hardly spoke to anyone. He rarely made eye contact when talking to someone or when someone talked to him. Dr. Vicky was key in turning Drew around in these areas.”

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