Vision Therapy Services

Optometric and Vision Therapy Services

All Ages Vision Care provides a full range of vision care services with specialties in pediatric developmental optometry and vision therapy.  We specialize in therapy for treatment of learning-related vision problems, visual spatial disorders, lazy eye, crossed eyes, tracking, sports vision enhancement training and neuro-optometric rehabilitation for head injury and cerebral palsey. Examinations include a computerized, state-of-the-art diagnostic test to precisely determine visual responses and map eye tracking capabilities.

Our full range of services:

  • Vision Therapy
  • Routine Exams
  • Brain Injury Treatment
  • Sports Vision Training
  • Correction of Strabismus (wandering eye)
  • Correction of Amblyopia (lazy eye)
  • Correction of visual spatial disorders
  • Eye Tracking therapy
  • Eye Teaming therapy
  • Visual Perception therapy
  • Eyewear
  • Contact Lenses

What is Vision Therapy?

Vision therapy, managed and delivered by a professionally-trained therapist, is a doctor-supervised, non-surgical and personalized program of visual activities and exercises developed to help correct certain vision problems and improve visual skills. The goal of our vision therapy program is to literally “train” the visual system to correct itself.

vision_therapy_room2Vision therapy with All Ages Vision Care helps train and teach a person’s eyes to work more efficiently together, which results in improved performance in reading, writing, certain learning dysfunctions, and attention disorders.

How Does Vision Therapy Work?

Following a professional eye exam with Dr. Beasley, we will meet with you to review the diagnosis and the steps to help you improve your visual function with a personalized vision therapy program. Each patient’s program includes both in-office and at-home exercises.

EyeTherapyStudentA typical vision therapy program might include approximately 6 one-hour sessions with one of our vision therapists scheduled over 3-week intervals. We give our patients specific instructions and materials to practice the at-home exercises for approximately 30 minutes per day up to six days a week. We chart your progress during each in-office visit.


  • Frequent headaches or eye strain
  • Blurring of distance or near vision, particularly after reading or other close work
  • Difficulty understanding objects move through space
  • Difficulty with visual memory
  • Avoidance of close work or other visually demanding tasks
  • Poor judgment of depth
  • Turning of an eye in or out, up or down
  • Double vision
  • Poor hand-eye coordination
  • Difficulty following a moving target
  • Dizziness or motion sickness

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