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  • Difference between a Developmental Optometrist And a Regular Optometrist
    Our Jasper And Evansville, IN Developmental Optometrist Shares the Difference Between Developmental Optometrists (FCOVD) vs. Regular Optometrists Optometrists board certified in Vision Development and Vision Therapy (FCOVD) are Fellows of the Read more
  • Lazy Eye
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  • Amblyopia
    Amblyopia, also referred to as "lazy eye", is a unilateral or infrequently bilateral condition in which the best corrected visual acuity is poorer than 20/20 in the absence of any obvious Read more
  • Two Eyed Vision
    What is Fusion? Each of our eyes provides the brain with a more or less complete view of what is in front of it. In humans, the two eyes relate to Read more
  • Convergence Insufficiency
    In Brief Convergence Insufficiency (CI) is an eye teaming disorder characterized by a diminished ability to bring both eyes inward evenly to view a target held at close range.   Behind the Read more
  • Development of Bilateral Integration and Reading
    Coordinating Body Pairs Bilateral coordination refers to the ability to coordinate both sides of the body at the same time in a controlled and organized manner; for example, stabilizing paper with Read more
  • Why Isn’t Vision Therapy More Common?
    In recent days this question has come up quite a bit in our office.  Most often when families and individuals begin noticing positive changes, they are almost upset that they Read more
  • Handwriting
    Handwriting Do you have a child who, when given a blank page to write his name, will cover the entire space with huge, giant letters?  Maybe your kiddo is on the opposite end Read more
  • Dyslexia
    Dyslexia Commonly, most people think of dyslexia as a problem with reversals(b and d, p and q) or transpositions(12 for 21).  While this is a form of dyslexia, called motoric dyslexia, Read more
  • Attention Deficit
    Attention Deficit ADD and ADHD are psychiatric disorders characterized by inattentiveness or hyperactivity and compulsiveness which hinder a child's academic or social performance. Because there is not yet an objective clinical Read more

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Vision Development Center

Monday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

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  • "Wonderful office and staff, my son received vision therapy and we were very happy from the beginning to end!!!"
    Kristy B.