Children Eye Problems

Children Eye Problems

This child could have a hidden eye problem...but how would you know? A person may have perfect sight, but poor vision! Understanding the difference can be complex and confusing, but to give yourself an idea see our symptoms checklist now.

What Is Vision Training?

What Is Vision Training?

Vision Training or Therapy is like "physiotherapy" for eyes & the visual cortex in the brain. It is used to treat visual conditions in both children and adults, allowing them to concentrate, learn, work and play free of frustrating vision problems. Harmony Vision offers office-based training, which research shows is the most effective.

Behavioural Optometry

Behavioural Optometry

Our optometrists, Paul Graham, Meredith Graham & Alice Forsyth practice modern optometry with a Behavioural Vision Care philosophy. They understand how modern life can stress the visual system, making it harder to learn, concentrate and work. However, your performance need not suffer because of a hidden vision problem. Book a consultation with our optometrists to assess your visual needs today.

Make An Appointment

Make An Appointment

Click here to book your consultation with one of our experienced optometrists, Paul Graham & Alice Forsyth. Whether it's time for a review or you are booking of the 1st time, our friendly staff are happy to help.

Vision and Learning

How poor vision can impact on learning in children. Behavioural Optometrist and Vision Therapy Expert Vicki Vandervort presents a Ted Tx on this important subject.

Featured Articles

My Child Needs Glasses!

Added: 10 August 2015

It can be a little daunting and even a little disheartening to be given the advice that your son or daughter needs glasses. This is especially true if you haven’t worn glasses yourself, or your own experience with glasses was a negative one. The first step is to understand why a child might be prescribed or recommended glasses.... learn more

Genetic defect linked to visual impairment in dyslexics - report by MNT

Added: 28 May 2015

Medical News Today reports on a study that demonstrates a possible genetic marker for visual motion deficits in subtypes of dyslexia. ... learn more

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