Life is a little more difficult when you can't see things in three dimensions. Without good 3D vision and depth perception, judging distances and understanding how much space objects take up is an ...View Article
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One of the challenges commonly encountered with developmental optometry and vision therapy is effective and concise communication between colleagues in other fields of medicine and with the public at large. The opportunity to serve our patients, parents, educators, and other health care professionals is compromised if we can not clearly and effectively communicate to them about vision development and visual function as it affects learning and other activities of daily living. We hope you find our guide to be helpful in making a more educated decision for your family, your student or your patient.