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VISION THERAPY WORKBOOKS Read better, faster, more efficiently without getting confused
EYE CAN TOO! READ
“Thank you, Lesley, for fixing my brain” ~ 15 year old Vision Therapy patient
“You helped me read better” ~ 9 year old Vision Therapy patient
HOMESCHOOLERS—WRITTEN WITH YOU IN MIND! Use these as lessons in math and language arts and get a double benefit. Log academic hours AND improve your child’s learning- related visual skills! Each activity is accompanied by observation questions and recommendations to help you understand and guide your student’s performance.
TEACHERS-ADAPT THESE ACTIVITIES FOR YOUR CLASS! They are perfect for learning centers. Use them to identify students who need to be refered to a developmental optometrist for a comprehensive binocular vision evalulation. Give all of your students experience using and developing their learning-related visual skills.
OPTOMETRISTS-USE THESE E-BOOKS AS A STAND-ALONE PRODUCT or in combination with your in-office program of vision therapy. These activities are perfect home therapy tools for patients with ocular motilities deficits, delays in laterality & directionality, or delays in the development of their visual perceptual skills
Recommendations for the Eye Can Too! Read series
“Lesley Barker has taken her professional understanding of the relationships between good visual skills and effective learning and synthesized it with her previous expertise in teaching derived from years as an educator and homeschooling parent. She has provided a unique and powerful tool to help your children become more efficient and less frustrated learners” ~ Dr. Gail Doell, Optometrist.
“I am very thankful God placed you, and your series in my family’s life at this time. It’s hard to believe that my son saw two different eye doctors and passed his pediatric eye exams without anyone knowing he had a problem! Crazy!” ~ Andrea LeRoy, homeschool parent from Illinois
“Your activities are very creative, from a learning point of view, and even a person who does not know much about vision could ascertain that the eyes need to move properly or a lot in order to do these games. Also, they hold a child’s interest. I can tell you are an educator with these activities.”
~ Anne-Marie Jordan from Georgia