Certain children with special needs may experience problems with their vision that can further their challenges and impair their lives. Symptoms such as blurred vision, sensitivity to light, double vision, and aching eyes can cause stress and problems with completing daily activities, resulting in a low quality of life.
For example, children with Autism often have heightened sensitivities to light, trouble maintaining eye contact, a tendency to look through or past objects, and more. Through vision therapy, we can help guide your child through a series of comfortable treatments at their own pace to help them learn how to adjust to their surroundings.
Here at The Center for Vision Development, optometric vision therapy and corrective lenses are just a few of the advanced treatment options we can offer your child.
For more information on vision therapies for special needs patients, please call us at (615)-791-5766.