Tell Your Story About VT
Tell your story and help the world learn about Vision Therapy!
You can start by telling your story.
Did you find out about Vision Therapy from a friend, teacher, optometrist or other professional? Tell your story and let others know the success you experienced with Vision Therapy to help spread the word.
People know that word-of-mouth is the most effective means of educating people about Vision Therapy.
Most people haven’t heard of Vision Therapy, even though it could improve their lives.
Here’s how you can tell your story to the world:
Reach out to friends, family, doctors, schools and your community.
Like our fan page on Facebook (www.facebook.com/4DVisionGym). Be sure to also like or comment on our posts/updates.
Follow us on Twitter (www.twitter.com/4DVisionGym).
Join us on Google Plus (www.4dvisiontherapy.com).
Write your own success story for our website. Just write it and submit it on our contact us page. We recommend that you include your specific struggles before Vision Therapy, your experience doing Vision Therapy, and how VT changed your life.
We would love to interview you or create a video of your testimonial. We can write your success story for you.
Recommend us for a presentation to your school or parent group.
Dr. Collier and her staff of Vision Therapists are happy to speak to groups of parents and teachers about vision. The 4D Vision Gym team is currently offering complimentary near-point vision screenings to school children.
If you are interested in having the team come to your child’s school and do these parent-approved vision screenings, please have your school superintendent, nurse, or principal contact 4D Vision Gym.
If you have any questions or comments, call 860-632-UC4D (8243).
Thank you for reading about how you can tell your story. Thank you for caring. You will find it extremely gratifying to help someone overcome undetected visual challenges by telling your story.
Read success stories from other members of 4D Vision Gym here:
Please note: In-office therapy under the direction of a behavioral optometrist using prisms, filters and lenses, as used with our patients, is far more effective than home-based therapy.