Dr. Joe Rouw, OD, FAAO receives the "Young Optometrist of the Year" award for 2013 from the Georgia Optometric Association
Dr. Joe Rouw was awarded the "Young Optometrist of the Year" award for 2013 at the Fall Continuing Education conference hosted by the Georgia Optometric Association. The award is given to an optometrist in recognition of their special leadership, innovative thinking, executive and organizational skills, and their contributions to the practice of optometry as well as to the community and civic or other activities.
Click here to read more about Dr. Joe Rouw.
17 Visual Skills
Most people don’t realize that you need 17 visual skills to succeed in reading, learning, sports, and in life. Seeing ‘20/20’ is just one of those visual skills.
Here is the complete list of 17 visual skills
by the College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD).
Listen to early education specialist's support for comprehensive eye exams and vision therapy (video courtesy of COVD.org
60% OF STUDENTS IDENTIFIED AS “PROBLEM LEARNERS" HAVE UNDETECTED VISION PROBLEMS
The Pediatric Vision Development Center of Gwinnett was founded with the mission to help children who suffer from learning-related vision problems that may affect their performance in school and other daily activites.
UNDERSTANDING VISION THERAPY WITH DR. NADIRA SHADEED
Dr. Shadeed is passionate about her profession and cares about her patients. She is a member of College of Optometrist in Vision Development and completed her fellowship certification (FCOVD) in vision therapy and vision development in order to have the highest levels of knowledge and skills for treating her patients. Dr. Shadeed has also completed a residency in pediatric optometry. Along with her professional skills, Dr. Shadeed excels at working with children and adults to help them understand each optometric vision therapy technique. She takes time to get to know each patient in order to get their best performance during every session.
80% OF ALL LEARNING DURING A CHILD'S FIRST 12 YEARS COMES THROUGH VISION
NOT ALL VISION THERAPY IS PERFORMED THE SAME
Dr. Shadeed performs in-depth testing for functional
and developmental visual skills to determine how well the child's eyes work together and to evaluate their visual processing skills. Dr. Shadeed works together with the child and the parents with one-on-one
in-office optometric vision therapy. This allows for the best environment for the understanding of each of the goals in developing the child's visual performance.
Before deciding where to start an Optometric Vision Therapy program, we welcome you to call the office and set up a time to come in and meet Dr. Shadeed and see what our office has to offer.
Phone: (770)- 904-0979
Fax: : (770)- 904-7124
Our Focus Is Your Child's Vision