Denver Vision Therapy, P.C.
Eye vision has changed my life. It has helped with reading and writing. I am now at 4th grade reading. Thank you for helping with my eye when I was in second grade. They said I was at grade level. Thank you so much.
Eye therapy helped me become more confident in my reading. Nikki was very fun and helpful. It was hard work but it was worth it!
I wish I had known about vision therapy when I first started experiencing double vision. I have made great strides, but I think it would have been so much easier to make progress if I had not lived with it being compensated for by glasses for a few years. I am so glad to be working with Nikki and Dr. Dudley to improve my vision and stop the downward spiral.
At the beginning of vision therapy I saw double, blurry, and I had trouble reading. Now I have finished vision therapy and I have hardly any vision problems at all!
My story is that it so I do not get blurry vision and things don’t become double. My reading is better and I don’t have to struggle with it.
LF has come so far with her reading. In first grade her teacher noticed that she had reading problems and she wasn’t at grade level. We did everything to help her out. She did private tutoring, Kumon, extra help at home and started on an IEP at school. We did everything. Vision therapy was the next step because she was still behind. She’s in 4th grade now are her reading is at the beginning of 4th grade. She has come so far. I feel vision therapy has helped her not only in reading but her co… Read more
I love to read!!!
My son was in second grade when we started vision therapy; his teacher thought we should get his vision tested. Needless to say he hated reading at the beginning of therapy. After about 20 visits of vision therapy his love for reading kicked in since he could now see things properly. My son now reads for 30-45 minutes per day without his mother nagging him to do it. He enjoys reading now and has the confidence I’ve always hoped he would. Dr. Dudley was great and I thank her for all the work sh… Read more
For several years I noticed inconsistencies in my daughter’s cognitive ability to do things vs. her ability to. She has always done well in school and she’s been identified as a gifted child. When I brought up my concerns to her teachers (letter and number reversals, spelling mistakes all the time, fluency issues, etc.) they didn’t feel there was anything “wrong” with her. Then one day I was reading the “Mountain Messenger” and found an article on eye teaming from the Golden Vision… Read more
GG worked diligently during his home therapy exercises and with the help of (golden vision) we have seen improvements in his reading, not only in speed and fluency but he enjoys reading now. He has confidence in his reading and related school work. We believe he now has the tools to reach his potential.
N can read without skipping lines and words. She doesn’t need her glasses to read. This year was the first time she didn’t need to go to Assessment Day to measure her reading level or go to Spring Parent Teacher Conferences. She was always borderline in the past. She is considering taking piano lessons again. I expect that her reading music will be less frustrating than it was before, and she will progress more quickly. N has more confidence.