Spoon Wands

Getting our young patients to fixate on a target during ocular motor tasks can be a challenge. Dr. Boulet and Robert show us a easy way to improve their interest using spoons as targets just as one might use Wolff Wands. This is another simple way to improve the efficiency of your ocular motor activities....

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Background

VisionMechanic.net is part of a continued long-term campaign to bring greater public and professional awareness to the world of vision, vision science, and vision development. As a former sciences teacher and now doctor working with vision rehabilitation, it is clear that a good portion of the adult world is blind to what vision is and…

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Welcome!

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Laser Saccades

Introduction This activity works well as an adjunct to Laser Tracing (while you have the lasers out, might as well throw this in). Like Light Tracing, the laser spot provides a strong visual stimulus for fusion and feedback. It’s easy to see if you’re seeing double, even in bright lighting, and it’s also easy to…

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Laser Tracing

Introduction Light tracing with a laser spot provides a strong visual stimulus for fusion and feedback. It’s easy to see if you’re seeing double, even in bright lighting, and it’s also easy to see if you’re off track while tracing. This activity requires two laser pointers, readily available for $20 or less at electronics stores…

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Activity: Air Balloons

Not everyone can find a vision therapy (VT) clinic within a drivable distance (especially in Canada, and many other places in the world), that’s one of the reasons I began working on online solutions for parents a few years ago. LearningManagement.ca is a resource site (and soapbox, to be sure), and it has a very…

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Air Balloons

Introduction Air Balloons is a fun and easy exercise designed to develop gross motor skills, visual targeting, visual-motor coordination, and vergence. The child is required to coordinate movement in a confined space to bat balloons back and forth with a partner (parent, sib, etc.), alternating left and right hands. The rapid sequencing and full body…

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Brock String – Bug on String

The Brock String is the basis for some wonderful activities, helpful in developing visual skills. Brock Strings are used to Create awareness of space and depth. Increase the range of motion of the eyes. Increase accuracy and range of targeting. Improve scanning ability.   Bug On String Fun and effective, the ‘bug on string’ requires…

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