Category: Kids

 

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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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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As you are reading this text, your brain is controlling how the incoming information is processed, and how your eyes track, coordinate, and focus.  Post Trauma Vision Syndrome refers to deficits in these areas after a concussion, head-injury, whiplash, or mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI).  If you have PTVS and your eyes do not work […]

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Since a very young age Jared has struggled with anxiety, behavioural issues and a lack of physical coordination. He comes across to others as very shy or rude as he would not speak to adults or other classmates and avoids eye contact. He hardly engaged with other kids and would only play with a select […]

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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’ve spent a lot of time trying to figure out how to compose this email.  I realize that the longer I take to express myself, the more children get left behind.  I just need to get it down on “paper”. As background, my daughter, Chelsea, struggled in school. Even in Grade 5, teachers said that […]

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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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Dear Dr. Cameron McCrodan (and Sue) I am writing to describe the changes that I see in Charlotte that have occurred since this time last year. Charlotte and I committed to therapy sessions and vision therapy homework and did not focus on school work since no amount of practice with school work or reading was […]

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Sean has always been a bright kid and a hard worker who developed language skills early but experienced delays in the development of gross motor skills. He had little interest in physical activities.  He would try everything once or twice but anything that required hand/eye coordination was difficult for him and he would quit most […]

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