CREATING YOUR PERSONAL VISION
By Samuel Berne, O.D.
This book offers a new direction in vision care, a self-healing guide that supports people in improving their vision through exercises and nutrition and in reducing the need for eyeglasses. Creating Your Personal Vision will help reduce dependency on glasses and contacts, improve your natural vision through exercises and nutrition, enhance learning, reduce eyestrain, maximize energy and overall wellness. Softbound, 217 pages.
CREATING YOUR PERSONAL VISION
HELPING YOUR CHILD TO LEARN
This manual details activities that children may do at different ages and uggests ways that parents can help them learn at each stage of development. Activities are for children from birth to age 5. The manual also identifies times when a parent might want to seek professional help. An excellent, practical manual to help parents enhance their child=s development and learning. Softbound, 55 pages.
THINKING IN PICTURES And Other Reports From My Life With Autism By Temple Grandin, Ph.D.
Author Grandin, a gifted animal scientist, has designed one third of all the ivestock-handling facilities in the United States. But Ms. Grandin is also autistic - a woman who thinks, feels, and experiences the world in ways that are incomprehensible to the rest of us. In this unprecedented book, Grandin writes about autism from uniquely dual perspectives of a scientist and autistic person. What emerges is an account of an extraordinary human being who bridges the gulf between her condition and our own, shedding light on the riddle of our common identity.
Softcover, 127 pages.
GREATER VISION: A Comprehensive Program for Physical,
Emotional, and Spiritual Clarity
By Marc Grossman, O.D., L.Ac. and Vinton McCabe, N..V.E.
Includes information on the Eye-Brain Connection, Treating Common Vision Impairments, Natural Vision Improvement, and Exercises for Greater Vision. This book gives the reader a clear understanding of the visual system, common vision problems and offers simple options to attaining greater vision through simple activities and exercises. Softcover, 305 pages.
THE PRO'S EDGE - Visual Training for Golf
By Lawrence D. Lampert, O.D.
Do you really want to know how to improve your game? Then ask yourself these questions: What=s your dominant eye? How well do you align your eye to the target? Optometrist Lawrence D. Lampert explains specific vision and concentration exercises to consistently put (the golfer) into Athe zone@ - or gain a professional edge. Softbound, 176 pages.
DANCING IN THE RAIN
Edited by Annabel Stehli
This book is intended to be an unofficial guide to the land of learning disabilities, developmental delay and autism. Written with candor and intelligence by the parents of children with special needs, they offer their stories in the spirit of networking. The stories focus on attention deficit disorder, dyslexia, central auditory processing disorder, autism and more. Discusses the strategies that worked, including vision therapy. Many of the case histories discuss vision therapy as an important part of the child=s improvement. Softbound, 303 pages.
THE PROGRAM FOR BETTER VISION: How To See Better In Minutes A Day
By Martin Sussman, Founder, Cambridge Institute for Better Vision
A step-by-step holistic guide containing physical, emotional and mental techniques for near-sightedness, farsightedness, eye imbalances, astigmatism, medical problems and more. This book will help the reader relax his/her eyes and lessen visual stress, create and promote healthy visual habits, enhance an understanding of vision, and heighten and maintain visual awareness. Includes chapters on nutrition, computers and vision, and an eight-week program to improve your vision. Softcover, 202 pages.
This book provides teachers with invaluable skills on how movement enables neurological development and with the right kind of movement, children are able to achieve learning readiness and learn better. Move to Learn also emphasizes the importance of movement in the educational program. School Floors provides answers to those who are new to the field of Learning Difficulties and also serves those who want to go deeper in their understanding of how the "Move to Learn" program works.
Softbound, 291 pages.
By Lindsay Biel and Nancy Peske.
For children with sensory integration issues-those who have difficulty processing everyday sensations and exhibit unusual behaviors such as avoiding or seeking out touch, movement, sounds, and sights-this groundbreaking book is an invaluable resource. Long thought to affect only autistic children, or mistaken for ADHD, SI dysfunction is finally being recognized as a separate condition. Coauthored by a pediatric occupational therapist and a parent of a child with SI dysfunction, Raising a Sensory Smart Child is as warm and accessible as it is authoritative and detailed and is an indispensable guide for parents, therapists, and teachers who will turn to it again and again.
Softbound, 416 pages.
By John Streff, O.D. and Ellen Gunderson, M.Ed. A book for every adult involved in any way with children. Authors Streff and Gundersen have spent their entire careers focusing on how children learn - Dr. Streff at Yale University's Gesell Institute and in schools and clinics in the U.S., Prof. Gundersen in schools and clinics in the U.S. And Norway. Children in schools across America often struggle to learn; educators do their best to cope and parents worry. Each year, the labels change but each year the problem of how best to help our youngsters is a daunting challenge. From the chapters, "Teaching Young Children," and "The Role of Movement in Learning," to "The Logic of Behavior," this book is a unique guide. As Dr. Streff explains, working at "...the level of how a child sees and understands the world" is the key element in changing childhood learning from a race that is exhausting and fruitless to a valuable, successful journey for all. Softbound, 86 pages.
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