The Importance of Vision Therapy

Vision Therapy Can Help!

What Is It?

• A Progressive Program Of Vision Procedures, Under Doctor Supervision

• Individualized To FIt The Visual Needs Of Each Patient

• Generally Conducted In-Office (Weekly or Biweekly 30 Min. to 1 Hour sessions)

• Occasionally Supplemented With Procedures Done At Home Between Office Visits

Services for behavioral and developmental vision care, vision therapy and neuro-optometric rehabilitation.

Resources For You:

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OEPF

Optometric Extension Program Foundation was founded in 1928 and is the driving force behind furthering education in behavioral neuro-optometry. OEPF began with 51 associates and today has evolved into a non-profit organization with over 10,000+ participants across the globe and a high number of OEPF-certified behavioral neuro-optometrists and therapists.  

www.oepf.org | 410-561-3791

COVD

The College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD) is a non-profit, international membership association of eye care professionals including optometrists, and vision therapists. Established in 1970, COVD provides board certification for optometrists and vision therapists who are prepared to offer state-of-the-art services in vison development, therapy and rehabilitation.

www.covd.org | 330-615-2769

WesternU

Affordable Vision Therapy program offered at Western University of Health Sciences is an independent nonprofit health professions university. Through its department of optometry and WesternU Health, it gives out collaborative healthcare services. Virtual VT is offered for the whole State of California.  Cost of Virtual VT is family income dependent on a sliding scale from $9.00 to $45.00 per session. 

www.westernu.edu | 330-615-2769

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