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Okanagan Vision Therapy - Colourful puzzle pieces - symbol of autism
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Autism Spectrum Disorder

One of the challenging aspects of writing about the visual gifts and differences displayed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) comes from the array of presentations that one finds within the ASD community. The phrase “once you’ve seen one person with autism, you’ve seen one person...

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Sports Vision Training

I recall a time a few years back when a good friend and personal trainer mentioned to me that if you want to work a particular muscle group or system in the body you have to focus your mind on that area while performing an...

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Irlen Syndrome

I think it’s important to start this blog by noting that I have had wonderful success making use of tinted glasses when aiming to improve reading fluency. Following acquired brain injury, I will quite commonly recommend tinted glasses (primarily blue) in order to facilitate visual...

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Why ‘Perfect Vision’ is a myth

I think one of my least favourite phrases in the optometric world has to be the description of someone as having perfect vision. All too often I find myself engaged in a conversation with someone who pridefully recounts the moment they were told (typically ~8-10...

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My Vision Therapy Success Story

What better way to start off a vision blog than to get a little personal! My journey to Vision Therapy began after being accepted into Optometry School. As is customary, I celebrated this milestone with a longboard ride down a steep hill in a neighboring community....

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