Cook Vision Therapy in Atlanta, GA

Adult Self-Assessment
Children's Screening

Learning Disability?
Reading & Dyslexia
Handwriting & Math
ADHD & Vision
Gifted Students
Autism & Asperger's
Developmental Disorders
Cerebral Palsy

Vision Therapy
7 Visual Abilities
Who Benefits?
Success Stories
Scientific Research

Crossed Eyes (Strabismus)
Lazy Eye (Amblyopia)
Convergence Insufficiency
Closed Head Injury
Concussion or Stroke

Simple Exercises


Special Needs of Gifted Students
At Cook Vision Therapy Center we consider a privilege and delight to work with gifted students. Too often, gifted children with frustrating vision problems manage to get "good grades," but are often over-looked when it comes to the need for vision therapy. As parents, you should ask the question, "Is my gifted child performing at potential?"

Gifted children with eye-muscle coordination problems compensate by learning to skim the material, leaving out or misreading words, but nevertheless using intelligence to make sense out of what they have read.

Many gifted children have average eye- hand coordination, which just is not good enough. If "your mind travels at a hundred miles per hour while your hands are lucky to make the speed limit," getting thoughts on the page is going to be a chore.

If your child is frustrated and not working to potential, a vision evaluation is in order, no matter how good your child's grades may be.
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Comprehensive Eye Exam
Visual Fitness Evaluation

7 Minutes to Better Eyesight and Beyond

Myths of 20/20 Vision


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