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Grace Excels with Vision Therapy – Video

Grace was eight years old when she started Vision Therapy. Her mom Linda talks about their experience.


My daughter is eight years old and has worn glasses since 18 months old. For years I said to her pediatric ophthalmologist, “I don’t think she can see. How do we know she can see?” He assured me she was fine. When I voiced concerns to her teachers, they also assured me she was fine.

Finally I brought her to Dr. Gallaway. He diagnosed her with focusing, tracking and depth perception problems, as well as  a visual perception problem.  As she progressed through vision therapy, we saw significant improvements in her physical ability as well as schoolwork. VT made a significant difference for her.

 My only regret is that I didn’t bring her sooner!

Grace’s mom, Linda from Lumberton, NJ

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