Welcome To Evergreen Vision & Learning Center
WHAT IS VISION THERAPY?
A child or an adult may have 20/20 eyesight with or without glasses, but still have poor visual skills. Having 20/20 eyesight has little to do with how the brain is integrated, information is processed or how information is understood. The difference is critical. Poor visual skills are the most overlooked reason why a child may struggle in school as our eyes are the primary source for gathering information in learning.
Vision therapy is remarkably successful in rehabilitating all types of vision impairments including, but not limited to amblyopia (lazy eye), strabismus (eye deviations in, out or up), ocular motor problems, eye teaming and focusing problems. Vision therapy is much more successful for these kinds of diagnoses than surgery or glasses alone.Read More
We had a great experience with Evergreen Vision and Learning Center. They came highly recommended from our optometrist. My daughter was struggling with reading and her school work was showing it. It was a huge fight to get her to read at all, and writing assignments took an exorbitant amount of time with lots of tears. We met with Ursula for several weeks. She's great and my daughter loves her. After a few weeks, my daughter's eyeballs are working better and she is reading with more ease. Her confidence has improved and she will now try to read things she would give up on before. She has also completed her science fair project and an essay/digital presentation for school with zero crying or fighting about it. This is huge!!
Ursula is fabulous!! Her work with my daughter’s vision therapy was truly life changing! My daughter was basically failing third grade, with the teacher suggesting we test for ADHD since dyslexia tests were negative, when we heard about Evergreen Vision Clinic. Dr. Hauck diagnosed convergence insufficiency and tracking issues. After a summer of therapy, my daughter was back at grade level. She’s now a straight A honor student in high school.
Ursula is great! My daughter had some vision issues which were, in turn, causing reading problems. This affected her school work and her confidence greatly. She saw Ursula weekly (and then bi-weekly) for several weeks. Not only did she love coming to her appointments (because Ursula is fun and hilarious!) but her reading improved too. She still doesn't LOVE to read, but it is not a kicking-screaming-struggle to get her to read and do homework anymore. Most importantly, her confidence has improved GREATLY, which affects everything in a positive way!