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The year after Dr. McCrodan found the tracking issues Matthew came out of the ‘special programs’ in school. By Grade 9 he was on the Honor roll and continues to take normal classes and achieve great academic success.

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The improvements to my vision, headaches, quality of life and professional performance achieved through the diagnosis and treatment provided by your team and you at McCrodan Vision has been life changing.

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Not only can I work full-time again, and care for my children with energy and enthusiasm, but I have reclaimed my life. I can go out whenever I want to, I can sit in a restaurant, I can do a grocery shop, I can live a life! I wasn’t sure if that was ever going to be the case again. I still get migraines, but only a couple a month rather than every day. And the migraine symptoms are much more manageable now and last a much shorter length of time.

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My son (grade 6 student)  commenced treatment with Dr McCrodan after suffering a serious concussion accident.  He also had been diagnosed with dyslexia and the combination of the concussion accident had left him with no balance, memory loss and a grade 3 reading level speed.  He also found reading music difficult.  He had low self-esteem, […]

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Dear Dr. McCrodan,   We have come to the end of our second child working with you and your team for vision therapy. We wanted to highlight some of the benefits both our children have experienced as a result.   Crispin started vision therapy as a thirteen year old. Until that time, he struggled in […]

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I would never have thought that she would have come so far in such a short time. From tears, to reading bus ads while we drove, to finishing an entire book in the car ride home from the library. Hannah learned more than just reading, she developed social skills, interacted with the Vision Development staff, gained confidence, and continues to be a life long learner.

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VT is amazing!
And it still surprises me sometimes – Chelsea told me that she wants to be a scientist when she grows up, and I responded with the standard, “You can be anything you want to be”, but this time it was actually true.

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Helena achieved well as a student in most areas, but it took her a tremendous amount of effort and often left her very stressed out. In grade 5 she was told that she had dysgraphia and called ‘slow’ by her teacher. It was discovered that Helena had visual conditions that were holding her back from her potential.

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Ta-da!