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Sibling Success Story!
Before vision therapy my son’s eyes would be unfocused, so it was hard for him to focus on individual words. This made it so he had terrible fluency. When he read out loud it was hard to understand what was being said because it was so choppy. Lack of fluency made comprehension difficult.
Now he can read smoothly, making it pleasant to hear him and easy to understand. He got a 4.0 at Morgan Middle School this year and I am confident that would not have happened without eye therapy.
Also, before eye therapy my son couldn’t catch a ball. This was hard for him because he is athletic & competitive, but his eye problems made doing sports difficult at times. I can still remember the first day when my son came home from school and said that he had so much fun playing dodge ball that morning before school because he could now catch the ball.
Eye therapy has blessed my daughter more than I can express in words. Before eye therapy, she couldn’t learn sight-words. At the beginning of 3rd grade she only knew the words “and” and “the.” She had taken part in multiple reading programs ranging from phonics to sight-word emphasis. She could see a word over and over again and not recognize it the next time she tried to read it. She could spend all week on spelling words and study very hard right before the test and still get every word wrong. She took part in Read Right tutoring for 6 months and saw no improvement whatsoever in reading. That’s when I knew my last and only option was eye therapy.
Now my daughter has all sight-words through 3rd grade memorized and she is improving dramatically in her reading. She also gets 100% on most of her spelling tests because she understands phonics because she can learn them now.