Catalog No. 28146
Visual dysfunctions can limit children's concentration, self esteem and school success as they struggle to understand fundamentals such as colors, letters and how to judge distance. With the right help, these obstacles can be overcome, allowing children to reach their full potential and see the world clearly. This accessible book explores how visual problems develop and how they can be reversed through effective and efficient visual therapy. It breaks down myths surrounding visual dysfunction and explains in straightforward terms the various conditions that could be impacting a child's perception, even if they have perfect sight. The visual therapy used in behavioral optometry retrains the brain to perform visual skills more effectively. In these pages there is clear guidance on the array of therapies, techniques and aids available, all of which can make a profound difference to a child's life. This introductory guide to behavioral optometry will be a welcome resource for parents and professionals in search of options to help a child who is experiencing visual problems.
Joel H. Warshowsky is a behavioral and developmental optometrist. He is associate clinical professor and founding chief of pediatrics at SUNY State College of Optometry where he has taught for 35 years. He has served as optometric consultant to numerous schools for child development throughout the states of New York and New Jersey. Joel has lectured internationally and published widely in the field of optometry. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry and College of Optometrists in vision development. He maintains pediatric practices in New York and New Jersey.
160 pages. 2012
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