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What Are Plus and Minus Lenses

What is the difference between plus and minus lenses? How do they affect light? how must the visual system respond (to continue to see clearly) when a lens is introduced? plus and minus lenses are used in our vision therapy office to stimulate or relax the accommodative system. “Accommodation” is the focusing power of the […]


It’s Just A Little Concussion

As a newly certified vision therapist I have enjoyed using the new techniques that I recently learned at the College of Optometrists Vision Development (COVD) national conference. At then national conference, I met vision therapists and optometrists from all over the world; Michigan, California, Ohio, Florida, The Philippines, Canada and many more places! One of […]


If you can’t get out of it, get into it!

In life, the amount of effort you put into a goal goes hand in hand with how important it is to you. This is true for vision therapy as well, establish personal goals for yourself or your child to inspire motivation. Think about it, vision affects all aspects of life, practically any goal can be […]


Hello, Thank you for calling the Vision Learning Center!

I feel really fortunate to be your first point of contact for all our new patients at the Vision Learning Center. I listen to all your concerns, developmental issues, challenges in school and just any other issues the patient is having. Patients share so much and are just really looking for a place that can […]


Spooky Peripherals

While most people believe vision is just seeing 20/20, there is actually a lot more involved when it comes to our sight. Vision is a dynamic process that involves the input of light that is then processed into information and completed by some type of response, whether that be a thought and/or an action. Within […]


What Is VLC ?

The Vision Learning Center is your home away from home. We realize that for our patients (those who cannot provide their own transportation) that it is not only a commitment for them, but their parent(s) as well. That’s why we strive to do our very best to make this experience one of the most easy-going […]


What are Visual Perceptual Skills?

“Visual Perceptual skills involve the ability to organize and interpret the information that is seen and give it meaning.” Our eyes send large amounts of information to our brains to process every single second.  If our eyes are sending us the proper information in a way that makes sense, the brain can then process it, […]


Practice Makes Permanence

Technique is defined as “a way of carrying out a particular task, especially the execution or performance of an artistic work or a scientific procedure”. Do we always use proper technique when attempting a task? Or, do we do what feels the easiest to complete the task at hand? In our society, we find everything […]


What are primitive reflexes?

We at the Learning Center have been fortunate to receive training in primitive reflexes using various methods. Being able to evaluate primitive reflexes allows us to create plans to compliment and include in our vision therapy. What are primitive reflexes? Primitive reflexes are automatic, stereotyped movements, directed from the brain stem and executed without cortical involvement. […]


What Is Vision ?

Being involved in Vision Therapy has been an eye opening experience. The more I learn about the relationship between the eyes and the brain, the more I am amazed of how much the visual system can impact our quality of life. What is Vision? It’s a simple question with a complicated answer. When you go […]


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