The Suddenly Successful Student & Friends

$12.00
$12.00

A Guide To Overcoming Learning & Behavior Problems - How Behavioral Optometry Helps, 4th Edition
By Hazel Dawkins, E.Edelman, O.D.,& C. Forkiotis, O.D.

This concise paperback with its clear overview of behavioral optometry is ideal for your patients. It includes reviews by optometrists Drs. J. Streff, E. Forrest, N. Flax, M. Birnbaum, S. Gallop and C. Margach as well as valuable, supportive comments from pediatricians, general practitioners, and best selling author Allan Cott, M.D., a New York psychiatrist. Softbound, 88 pages. Discounts for multiple copies (discount applied at checkout)

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An Insight Into Sports

$19.95
$19.95

By Wayne Martin, O.D. This book explains "what most coaches don't teach you for the consistency needed in winning." Once the mechanics and fundamentals of any game are understood, then the mechanics are orchestrated through the visual system. This book explains how the eyes work and training methods for improving speed of recognition, visual centering and concentration. Trap shooting and golf are featured sports discussed. Softbound,184 pages.

Seeing Is Achieving

$25.00
$25.00

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By Donald Getz, O.D and Lora McGraw, M.A.

This book describes how many of the problems children encounter in school, sports and social activities can be corrected by developing proper channels for their eyes to communicate information to the brain. A practical guide for parents who want their child to achieve his/her fullest potential. Includes a home vision training program that only takes a few minutes a day.

Softbound, 107 pages.

Reflexes, Learning & Behavior

$24.95
$24.95

By Sally Goddard. Revised and updated from the original A Teacher's Window Into The Child's Mind. Over 20 years ago, A.E. Tansley stated that "for too long teachers have concentrated upon the psychological problems of the child...instead of asking..., "Does this child have the equipment he needs to succeed at the educational level asked of him, and the methods imposed on him?" This book describes the detection and analysis of primitive and postural reflexes that can be used as a valuable tool in assessing the level of remediation required by a child. It indicates the developmental stage a child has reached. The author explains precisely how this research is applicable in the classroom. It not only impacts the way the teacher perceives each child, but indicates which teaching methods will be the most helpful in dealing with individual problems teachers are faced with everyday. Softbound, 128 pages.

Without Ritalin - A Natural Approach to ADD

$15.95
$15.95

By Samuel A. Berne, O.D. Explores a unique route from vision anomalies in children to a diagnosis of ADHD and on to the subsequent overuse of Ritalin for all manner of learning and behavioral problems. Contains information on the latest ADHD research, the relationship between vision disorders and ADHD, analysis of commonly prescribed behavior modification drugs, the stages of normal development, the relationship between nutrition and hyperactivity, and the links between environmental toxins, allergies and behavior. Softbound, 146 pages.

Vision & School Success

$11.00
$11.00

By George B. Spache, Ph.D., Lillian R. Hinds, Ph.D., and Lois B. Bing, O.D. This book was written for those involved in children's learning who must have the necessary information on the dynamic, complex process of vision. The authors convey a broader concept of vision, including its sensory, motor and central processing dimensions than the mechanical medical concept of vision. With this book, educators can recognize the visual demands of the classroom, the behavior of students who are experiencing stress because of their vision problems and ways and means of alleviating this stress. Softbound, 57 pages.

Effects of Vision on Learning & School Performance

$2.75
$2.75

An effective patient education tool produced by the Oregon Optometric Association to help parents and educators identify children with visually related learning problems. Included are summaries of the most common vision related learning problems, checklists of symptoms associated with vision problems, comparison of testing and screening methods, summary of lens and vision therapy treatment options, a bibliography and more. Softbound, 16 pages.

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Reversal Errors

$22.00
$22.00

By Kenneth A. Lane, O.D. An explanation of letter and word reversals based on the author's clinical experience with children. Includes activities, descriptions of various reversals, and carefully structured therapy to correct reversals. Designed for use by behavioral optometrists, educators, and therapists. Softbound, 154 pages.

Thinking Goes To School

$21.95
$21.95

By Hans G. Furth and Harry Wachs, O.D. Demonstrates how to help prepare children to develop their full potential as thinking human beings. Discusses Piaget's theory and illustrates activities and strategies to help children with experiences best designed to develop thinking. Eight series of Thinking Games are described, including General Movement Thinking, Discriminative Movement Thinking, Visual Thinking, Auditory Thinking, Hand Thinking, Graphic Thinking, and Logical Thinking. 179 different activities. Softbound, 197 pages.