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 practice modern optometry with a Behavioural Vision Care philosophy. Behavioural Vision Care acknowledges the effects of stress on vision, and the impact that poor vision has on learning, reduced concentration and performance. It recognises that visual performance can be improved with office based vision therapy and specialty lenses.

Request A Consultation

Request A Consultation

Our friendly team members are experienced and highly trained to answer all of your questions and book you in for a consultation with one of qualified staff. Consultations are available for a range of eye problems. Services include Behavioural Optometry, Vision Therapy and Ortho-K.

Amblyopia Treatment

The use of vision therapy to treat Lazy Eye or Amblyopia

Featured Articles

Why Some Kids Just Don't Give a Dime About Reading

Added: 25 February 2014

When a child struggles with reading, it can be frustrating and confusing for both child and parent alike. Finding a solution to reading difficulties requires time and commitment, and for parents, knowing where to start can be overwhelming. In my experience, there is one factor that is frequently overlooked. ... learn more

Poor Focus, Losing Concentration, Easily Distracted – This Can Be a Sign of a Vision Problem

Added: 17 December 2013

At the end of the school year, children and parents alike are happy to have a break from the busy school routine and after-school events, and are looking forward to a well-earned rest. Heading back to school next year may be far from many minds, while others may be concerned about their child’s progress at school and the potential return of frustration and struggles with schoolwork. Some of the frustration is avoidable with the appropriate testing and treatment.... learn more

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