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Meet Our Graduate: Caroline

Initial Concerns:

-Headaches

-Difficulty Tracking

-Poor Academic Performance

-Difficulty Completing work on time

Weeks of Vision Therapy: 48 Weeks

How are they doing now?

Meet Caroline, a remarkable young girl who faced unique challenges in her academic journey. Caroline was diagnosed with three vision disorders that made her school life a bit more challenging than it was for her peers. She had OMD Saccadic Eye Movements, Spasms of Accommodation, and Binocular Vision Disorder. In this blog post, we will delve into Caroline's story, highlighting her determination to overcome these hurdles and thrive in her academic life.

Early Frustrations: In her early school years, Caroline struggled with reading assignments, often feeling frustrated and left behind. She couldn't enjoy the wonderful stories her classmates were diving into, and this was disheartening.

Caroline's journey from struggling reader to avid bookworm is a testament to the power of determination and effective treatment. Her experience with OMD Saccadic Eye Movements, and her commitment to improving her condition, serve as an inspiration to others facing similar challenges. Through the support of her family and healthcare professionals, Caroline not only learned to read better but also found a lifelong passion for books.



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