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Vision Therapist Appreciation Week -Karen Boyark

| October 24, 2019

Last week we highlighted our vision therapists as part of Vision Therapist Appreciation Week. However, in our office, everyone is part of the vision therapy team. Karen Boyark is our Patient Care Coordinator. As part of her duties, she runs the front office, is in charge of scheduling, and answers the phones. As the first […]

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Vision Therapist Appreciation Week – Stephanie Grimason

| October 24, 2019

Last week we highlighted our vision therapists as part of Vision Therapist Appreciation Week. However, in our office, everyone is part of making VT happen. So, today we are singling out Stephanie Grimason, our Vision Therapy Administrator. Steph is in charge of report writing, conferences, and school visits. In reality, she does much more – […]

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Optometric Vision Therapist Appreciation Week – Emma Barrell

| October 11, 2019

Emma Barrell is the Chief Therapist at Fox Vision Development Center. In addition to her duties as a therapist, Emma is also responsible for visual processing testing, therapy scheduling, and therapist training. Emma was our office’s first ever Certified Optometric Vision Therapist! Her experience as a COVT has paved the way for other therapists here […]

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Optometric Vision Therapist Appreciation Week – Liz Levy

| October 10, 2019

Today we highlight Certified Optometric Vision Therapist Liz Levy. With a background in Occupational Therapy, she is highly knowledgeable in child development and motor skills. Confident in her skills, Liz takes pride in her ability to handle many of our more complex cases. These include strabismus, amblyopia, and the pre-school child. Liz is passionate about […]

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Optometric Vision Therapist Appreciation Week – Kaitlyn Dittmar

| October 8, 2019

In keeping with the spirit of Optometric Vision Therapist Appreciation Week, we’d like to shine the spot light on the different OVTs we have here at Fox Vision Development Center. Today’s highlighted therapist is . Kaitlyn is one of our longest serving therapists. Certified since 2017, Kaitlyn is a very accomplished therapist and adept at […]

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It’s Back to School Time!! Don’t Forget About Your Child’s Eyes!!

| August 28, 2019

  It’s back to school time and we all have our fall check list. This usually includes school supplies, shoes, clothes, a backpack, and perhaps a pre-school physical. What is missing from this list may be the most important item – an eye examination!! Yes, your pediatrician quickly checked your child’s distance visual acuity (sharpness). […]

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Life After Vision Therapy!

| August 6, 2019

  Hello Dr. Fox: I wanted to touch base with you about Lucas.  I know it has been a longtime since we last spoke, but I wanted to give you an update on his progress since vision therapy.    Lucas went through therapy in 2003 with you and then again in 2008 with Dr. Horning here […]

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International Speaker and Educator, Dr. Robert Fox, OD, FCOVD, Makes A Huge Impact On COVD- Korea

| May 6, 2019

  This April 2019, Dr. Robert Fox, was invited to travel to the country of South Korea to provide education on vision therapy to Korean optometrists. Leaving directly from his annual meeting of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD), Dr. Fox traveled with the COVD-Korea delegation to Busan, Korea, about three hours south […]

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Vision and Autism Video and Workshop

| March 25, 2019

Here is a video from the College of Optometrist in Vision Development (COVD) regarding vision and autism.  We are planning to have a workshop at our office on May 22, 2019 at 6:30PM regarding this topic.  More details coming soon…

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Why Does My Child Struggle to Read? By Robert S. Fox, OD, FCOVD

| January 16, 2019

The excitement of the new school year has worn off. You and your child have settled into a daily after-school routine. You had thought that this would be the year that reading would finally click for your student. Instead you find yourself working night after night to keep your child from falling further behind. Homework […]

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