Below are elected Vision Therapy resources and articles for parents and healthcare professionals. Also included below are publications by Dr. Collier and the COVD. Click here to read articles from our blog.

Learn more about the resources and articles in this section here:

Not Hyperactive or Autistic. Just Seeing Double At Times.
New York Times Health, September 11, 2007
By Laura Novak “Difficulty in school isn’t always a sign of a learning disorder, it may just be a sign that a child’s eyes aren’t working properly.”

Optometric Vision Therapy Helps Juvenile Delinquents, High-School Drop-outs, etc.
NAACP National Resolution, September 2009
“…current research indicates that approximately 1 in 4 children has vision disorders that interfere with their ability to learn…yet teachers and parents are not aware of them. The symptoms mimic attention deficit disorder, and so I move that… we adopt this resolution.”

Students with Persistent Problems – The Visual Connection
School Nurse News, September 2000
by Leonard J. Press, OD, FCOVD, FAAO
Headaches? Dizziness? Nausea? What’s wrong with these children?

Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD/ADHD)
A Developmental Approach
by Patricia S. Lemer, M.Ed.
Some symptoms attributed to ADD/ADHD are also seen in children and adults with visual problems, sensory integration dysfunction and/or allergies.

Scientific Studies on Connection Between Vision Disorder (CI) and ADHD
School of Medicine, University of California, San Diego, Southern California College of Optometry

PTA Position Statements, 2006 and 1999

ADD/ADHD, Vision and Learning
Comments on undetected vision problems
by Donald Getz, O.D, FCOVD, FAAO
Children with undetected vision problems are sometimes inaccurately diagnosed as having ADD or ADHD.

Vision and Reading
by Donald Getz, O.D, FCOVD, FAAO
This article by an eye doctor discusses children’s problems with reading, learning, and behavior caused by convergence insufficiency, tracking problems, eye turns, and other visual problems.

How Vision Impacts Literacy
Report on a Harvard Graduate School of Education study.

Vision problems and dyslexia
by Frank Eperjesi BSc, PhD, MCOptom, FAAO
As the article states, “ALL children and adults who are reading or learning underachievers, whether a formal diagnosis of dyslexia has been made or not, require a detailed evaluation of visual function, especially of the binocular vision system, at an early stage in their remediation.”

Book, links, software, videos, etc. to help individuals develop a better understanding of learning disabilities including dyslexia.

Check out our Blog for articles about additional vision and VT topics.

Here you will find vision therapy articles that explain how vision therapy can help improve your vision and reading, and get rid of headaches and eyestrain. They also explore how vision therapy helps with reading, learning, studying, sports and much more.Click the links below to learn about these topics:

Here are videos that show or explain the benefits of Vision Therapy, as well as current topics in related fields.

News and Events
Below are links to VT events, Vision Therapy news, and 4D press releases:

These are some publications that Dr. Collier co-authored: