Can we be honest? Vision Therapy is sometimes hard work. And we understand that! Here is a patient who was making improvements in VT, but after a while, she was burning out. She returned after a 4-month break, and since then we’ve seen HUGE changes in confidence and memory!! Her mom says she “can follow directions better, read better, has an easier time with a lot of things.” Congrats to this hard-working graduate!!
JBVision therapy graduate 2020April 13, 2021
I love that InSight VT was welcoming & friendly to our whole family… I also love that the approach here was so whole body and fun-focused. Exercises were scaled just right in difficulty to keep my daughter progressing without frustration
May 4, 2021
Dr. Carter was always so upbeat and caring!
Dr. Carter was always so upbeat, caring and really worked hard to connect with Zachary and incorporate ideas that would work well with his sensory issues. She had to be creative and figure out how to motivate him when this was not a pleasant task for him.
I have noticed that I am a little bit more aware of the periphery, mostly when outside in the garden, which is a lovely way to start. I am not running my hand on the wall in the hallway, right side like I was doing more than I realized. I was aware of doing that or having my hand out to right in public places. or getting clipped to the right. this is so encouraging. I am 3 years post-MVA so even though I am worlds better, I am aware of what is still problematic. I am encouraged about the possibilities in vision therapy to help with other sensory issues.
Traumatic Brain InjuryMarch 25, 2021
First Vision Therapy Graduate of 2020!
Here’s our first Vision Therapy Graduate of 2020! This sweet girl brightens the room wherever she goes. She’s seen improvement in reading, tracking, and spelling. Oh, the places she will go!!