Seeing clearly is not enough. For many people, reading and hand-eye coordination tasks can be very difficult. The act of sight not only includes ones eyes, but it also includes the neurological activity that processes the visual information. Throwing a ball or skiing down a hill, is a learned activity; to do either well takes practice. Those who do it best are those who started learning at the earliest age. Sight plays an important role in the learning of these activities. Sight is the steering mechanism; it is the main activity that provides feedback regarding what really is happening. We provide Vision Therapy to help individuals learn how to process visual information and develop better hand-eye coordination skills.
Our ultimate goal is to help people. Day in and day out, that never changes.
And we believe it can’t stop there.
The members of our team go above and beyond, devoting their personal time to a variety of charitable and non-profit institutions and events. To us, it’s not just an important part of us, it’s who we are.