Is vision holding your Child back?

Neuro-Optometric Vision Therapy

For children with Strabismus, Amblyopia, or Autism

Every child deserves to thrive in school and feel confident about their future.

Strabismus and Amblyopia

At 4D Vision Gym, we will create a Vision Therapy Plan customized to your child’s specific diagnoses, lifestyle, and goals so that every 1:1 session moves the needle in the right direction. We specialize in helping:

Strabismus is when a person has an eye turn either up, down, in, or out. This often leads to cosmetic concerns, poor depth perception, and difficulty learning.

Amblyopia is a condition in which one or both eyes are unable to see 20/20 even with glasses.

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Listen to a parent share how after years of patching her experience with 4D Vision Gym. She shares that after just a few months her child being able to see 20/20 in his glasses for the first time ever!

Has your child…

Vision Therapy helps people from all ages master their visual processing abilities so they can thrive beyond their expectations – without surgical intervention.

Whether your child is on the spectrum, has an eye turn, or received a diagnosis that doesn’t seem to resolve with other treatment, Vision Therapy can help your child.

Autism and Vision

Parents of autistic children have a variety of struggles in learning about the diagnosis of their child and how to help. The connection between autism and vision is sometimes missed because of multiple other symptoms that are more readily identified. However, learning about these symptoms can help parents and providers better assistance to children.

Because many autistic children have difficulty maintaining eye contact, many believe that it is just normal and accept that as part of the diagnosis. However, these children may have difficulty with several aspects of vision:

Autism and vision challenges often go hand in hand. Because the child does not know anything different than their experiences, they often are unaware and therefore unable to communicate the difficulties they have in perceiving space. This can be seen in depth perception challenges. The autistic child may need to explore an object with their hands in order to more completely understand it.



Improved Mechanical Visual Functioning

Get back to reading, writing, driving, and looking at screens without struggling. No more headaches or dizziness – enjoy the things you once couldn’t!

Improved Visual Processing

Unlock new superpowers as you achieve the balance, spatial awareness, proprioception, and visual memory you didn’t have before.

Improved Life Quality

Gain back your confidence as you improve your performance in key areas of life (school/work, sports, driving).