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Concussion Recovery

Parents Speak Out about the Visual Link to Concussion Recovery

February 8, 2016

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month and ahead of that we have a press release from the College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD). The new movie ‘Concussion’ has thrown into the spotlight the real affects of having a child in contact sports like soccer or football and the potential risks of playing contact sports.…

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High Interest Low Readability Books

High Interest Low Readability Books for Struggling Readers

January 22, 2016

From Becky for This Reading Mama: “If you teach an older struggling reader, you know what a challenge motivation can be. Many of them have said, “I can’t,” for so long when it comes to reading, that the label reluctant reader doesn’t even begin to tell the half of it. By the time a child…

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ADD Medication

ADD and Vision Therapy

December 29, 2015

Have you or your child experienced the following symptoms when reading? Short attention span Must read and re-read material to understand it well Get sleepy when reading Covers one eye while reading or exhibits odd postures at desk Frustration, restlessness, low self-esteem Often a visual disorder known as convergence insufficiency is misdiagnosed as ADD or…

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Spring Time Eye Care in Nebraska

January 1, 1970

When Do I Need to Replace my Pipes? As a homeowner, it is important to know the signs and signals that the pipes in your home need replacing.  The pipes in your house are used every day and also hidden from view so they are easy to overlook and forget about.  Though out of view, pipes…

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