e report by optometrist on vision and reading problems

Watch to learn how VISION PROBLEMS cause READING PROBLEMS

FREE E Report: EYE CAN READ!

7 Little-Known Tips That All Struggling Readers Should Know About. 

If I've done my job correctly, I'd hope you get through this information, then think to yourself...

 

"Wow... how simple." 

 

"Why didn't I know about this? 

 

Or...

 

"Why didn't anyone tell me about this before?"

 

If you download this E Report (and read it, of course), you'll be taking a good first step towards finding solutions.  These 7 tips do not involve more studying, more practice, medications or anything that could have side effects. 

What you'll learn in our FREE E Report entitled EYE CAN READ...

  • The CRITICAL MYTH of "Perfect Vision":  How you can have "20/20" yet still have dozens of other vision problems which may thwart reading ability.

  • Why Doctors, Educators (and YOU too) haven't been able to spark a passion for reading thus far.

  • What you can do if your child begins to say... "I don't like reading" or "I'm no good at reading and school."

  • YOURS FREE - A new E Report which unlocks SEVEN powerful methods - many of which you can do any time, and anywhere with no equipment - to help with reading. 

Try reading the passage, following along the highlighted bar, and see how well you comprehend the material.  This is what it's like to read with an eye tracking disorder.  The eyes dance around the text with no real pattern.

If you have a child who struggles with reading, if you've tried tutoring or learning center appointments, if you've tried therapies, IEP's, 504's or even medications to help, but your bright child is still behind in their learning or reading, then please read this E Report - it might be just what you've been waiting for. 

 

Here's what one of the parents of our past patients had to say about working with us...

“As he was leaving 2nd grade, our son was unable to read and was tested at kindergarten level.

After working on vision therapy over the summer, he was able to improve by 10 reading levels in the first two months of 3rd grade. 

 

His teacher reports that they look for this level of improvement over and entire school year. 

She said SHE HAS NEVER HAD A STUDENT PROGRESS SO QUICKLY!

Thank you Dr. Charron, Virsaviya, and the staff at NVDC!”

Imagine this...

 

A professional photographer forced to use the camera in a 2002 flip phone for a wedding client.  

 

A marathon runner forced to run a race in flip flops.  

 

A cyclist forced to pedal barefoot.  

 

A Lamborghini with a 1995 dodge caravan engine. 

Ok, you probably get the picture.  The basic idea is that for most of what we do, we need certain equipment... certain tools... and going without these tools can disrupt a task, destroy a job, restrict performance, and cause frustration!

e report by optometrist on vision and reading problems

Now think about your child - who is fed up with reading (or seems to be headed that way), and simply consider that he/she doesn't have the tools to read well. 

 

A primary "tool" to reading well is visual skill

 

Not just "seeing clearly" but being able steady the eyes together and to track the eyes across lines and lines of text.  

Four year old's don't have the visual skill to track their eyes across paragraphs of text. Especially with smaller, more condensed text. 

 

But by the age of about seven or eight, your child should have the necessary visual skill to read through paragraphs without a lot of effort and frustration. 

Here's one mother of an eight year old who became a better reader after he developed his visual skill... Click the video to listen to her story.

  • The SIMPLE TRUTH:  1 in 5 kids in this country have a reading problem or have been labelled dyslexic.  There are too many of them falling through the cracks. This Report can show you some simple steps to take to improve.

  • How to ease eye strain with one simple exercise you can do with no equipment.

  • Demystify the dangerous myth of "perfect" 20/20 vision, and learn why 20/20 is not enough to reach peak potential.

  • What kind of text and spacing you should avoid using when a child is fed up with reading.

  • The truth rationale for reading glasses for kids... 

  • How to lower stress on the eyes when reading and writing with a common school item that every school age kid will have.

If you've wondered why your child - who may have the intellect, the vocabulary, the motivation, and the listening skills of someone their age - still has trouble with reading, well... now you have a potential answer.

 

Most of the hundreds of kids we see in our clinic DO have normal (and often superior) intellect, a love of learning, and have been given many opportunities in the traditional education settings, yet don't progress until their vision problem is corrected properly.

Once they begin to get their eyes working for them, instead of against them, they often start to see improved confidence, less frustration, and it's at this point, they start to get some momentum in their academic lives.

CLICK BELOW TO GET REPORT.  A POP UP WILL APPEAR FOR YOU TO LEAVE YOUR NAME, EMAIL, AND PHONE.  FILL OUT THE QUICK FORM AND RECEIVE THE REPORT IMMEDIATELY TO YOUR EMAIL.

e report by optometrist on vision and reading problems

OR CALL 360 393 4479 & REQUEST A NEURO OPTOMETRIC EVALUATION

In this new E Report written by Behavioral Optometrist, Dr. Peter Charron, you will discover seven strategies that you probably won't get from a teacher, a doctor, or even other eye doctors. 

 

All the suggestions in this report focus on visual improvements you can make could unlock the unsolved mystery to reading or learning problems. 

 

These are simple, yet scientifically sound tips, based on decades of science vision research.   

 

Here's more of what you can get...

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