Scroll through this list of our fallen heroes, and Telus will donate $5 to The Royal Canadian Legion on your behalf. It really puts the human sacrifice into perspective. #LestWeForget
This is a very common question that we get, and the answer is that vision therapy does NOT treat dyslexia. However, functional vision problems can certainly get in the way of reading and learning, and that’s what vision therapy treats. Watch this video for a more detailed explanation!
Ocular and dental tips for Halloween! (Breakfast Television)
Never buy costume contact lenses from the store – it’s not worth the risk of permanent vision loss for one night. If you want to wear coloured lenses, get them from a Doctor of Optometry!
If you missed the Vision Therapy Info Session with Dr. Lee but would like to learn more about vision therapy, tune in tomorrow (Tuesday Oct 17) at 9am or 12pm EST for a webinar about vision therapy with Dr Ramesh.
A recording will be available if you cannot tune in at those times, but you must register.
Want to learn more about vision therapy? We will be having a public info session on September 28 at 6:30pm at our Brooklin Vision Care office. Open to new patients, parents, teachers, physiotherapists, occupational therapist, and more – everyone is welcome! We will be available from 6:30-8:00pm.
Please contact Stephanie at (289) 240-6610 or reception[at]brooklinvision.ca to register for a spot.
On Friday, September 22, Dr Lee and the Whitby Vision Care team will be participating in the CNIB Night Steps fundraising walk!
Please help us support CNIB’s work to assist thousands of Canadians who are blind or partially sighted with life-changing programs, such as orientation and mobility training, library services, emotional support, computer training and more.
Follow the link below to donate to our team!
I’m supporting CNIB Night Steps
In this video, 4 school teachers experience some common vision conditions which can affect a person’s ability to read and learn. Many of these conditions go undetected during school vision screenings; therefore, it’s important to remember that even if you do not need glasses – this does not mean perfect vision. If your child struggles in school, or you are struggling to do visual activities after a concussion, you may need a Visual Skills Assessment. We can treat these binocular vision dysfunctions with vision therapy.
Learn more at our Vision Therapy Info Night with Dr. Claudia Lee on September 28 at 6:30pm! The event will take place at Brooklin Vision Care (6 Roebuck St.)
Please contact Steph at (289) 240-6610 or firstname.lastname@example.org to register for a spot.