Are you tired of watching your child fall further behind in school, even though you know they are bright?
Does your child put up a fight whenever it is time for homework or reading?
Are you frustrated at spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on private tutors and special programs that don’t seem to help your child?
What no one is telling you is that it could be your child’s vision
Even though you child is extremely intelligent somehow she is struggling in school. You have spoken with the teacher, you have bought extra workbooks, you have tried a private tutor, and maybe the school has even offered to let your child attend the resource room for an hour a day to receive more one on one attention, but you are concerned about what she will be missing in class, will she be able to keep up with classmates?
You are frustrated because all you want is for your child to be happy and successful, but her confidence is plummeting. You do not know where to turn because doctors want to put your child on ADHD medications, teachers suggest private tutors and summer school, but you have tried it all and nothing is helping.
Even though your child may pass the school vision exam every year, their vision could be holding them back because there is much more to vision than 20/20 eyesight. 80% of all academic work requires extremely fine, accurate eye movements. Yet, at least 1/5 children has an underdeveloped visual system that is the root cause of so many learning difficulties.
Find out if your child may have a visual problem by taking the symptom’s survey now. Your child does not have to keep struggling. Dr. Wylie can help by addressing the root cause of your child’s difficulties. Claim your copy of Dr. Wylie’s ebook or continue exploring this site to find out how we can partner with you and your child to reach success and confidence.
More than 20/20 vision…
Vision therapy—a type of physical therapy for the eyes and brain—is a highly effective non-surgical treatment for many common visual problems such as lazy eye, crossed eyes, double vision, convergence insufficiency and some reading and learning disabilities.
Many patients who have been told, “it’s too late,” or “you’ll have to learn to live with it” have benefited from vision therapy. In the case of learning disabilities, vision therapy is specifically directed toward resolving visual problems which interfere with reading, learning, and educational instruction.