Ideas Worth Spreading about Vision Therapy
Sight is something many of us take for granted, but as Cameron McCrodan shows, there are many aspects of sight that are simply overlooked – and they can have a massive impact on our quality of life... Read On
Saanich mom Anita Murray-Hill and her husband always knew something was “not quite right” in the world of their daughter.
Always bright and articulate, Helena would hide in a cubicle at kindergarten to block out the confusion in class. Later, despite good marks for reading and her love of a good story, the now-13-year-old Helena always avoided books.... Read on.
On Tuesday, I woke before dawn consumed with angst. It had to do with something I had been hiding for years, which was connected to feelings of unworthiness. I didn’t know I felt that way—at least on such a big scale—until I was diagnosed with a severe vision problem... Read on...
As Alex Coppard clowns his way through a set of visual therapy exercises, optometrist Dr. Cam McCrodan points to a set of squiggly lines on the computer.
The optometrist is measuring Alex’s vision pattern, as he has throughout most of 2015. The lines are nonsense to a layman but show signs of a strong reading ability. Read on...