Vision Therapy, Family, and the Holidays

We all look forward to the holidays—a universal time that allows us to have an excused break from daily routines. 

We encourage family and friends to enjoy their time during the holidays. But work, sometimes, must continue.

As a vision therapy practice, we still see our patients. But this time, we get family visitors.

We are used to seeing grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins visit during vision therapy sessions.

They show their support to their loved ones and are curious about what exactly is vision therapy.

At our office we usually invite guests to observe, share, and learn the experiences of improving the vision skills.

The excitement of the kids wanting to show their work to their family is great to see.

Once the session is over, we always remind parents and the kids to continue with their home vision therapy.

Do we actually expect that home vision therapy will be done when family and friends are in town? Absolutely not!

We might even encourage taking a week off as they enjoy their holiday with family and friends. Happy holidays!