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

Click here for signs and symptoms of vision problems in children.

Click here for more information about vision problems in adults.

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