At the Pediatric Vision Development Center Optometric Vision Therapy is what we do:

1. The doctor performs therapy in order to provide the highest level of expertise.

2. The sessions are in a private setting to allow direct attention to each patient and to reduce distracting factors.

3. The parent(s)/guardian(s) are present during each session to allow the understanding of the purpose of each vision therapy technique which allows for a more effective vision therapy homework session.

Dr. Joe Rouw, OD, FAAO, FCOVD 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.

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Dr. Nadira Shadeed, OD, FCOVD featured by the Georgia Optometric Association

Dr. Tasman Continues His 50 In 50 With A Visit To Dr. Nadira Shadeed

Dr. Tasman continued his 50 in 50 with a visit to Dr. Nadira Shadeed, OD, FCOVD. Dr. Shadeed graduated from Southern College of Optometry completed a residency in Pediatrics and Vision Therapy at the Southern College of Optometry. She started the Pediatric Vision Development Center of Gwinnett in 2008 with an emphasis on helping children with learning-related vision problems. 

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