The VisionHelp Group consists of leading optometrists dedicated to vision development and vision rehabilitation practicing in the United States with a background in state and national leadership in optometry and optometric education as university professors, authors and lecturers. The doctors of the VisionHelp Group meet regularly to discuss the latest developments and best practices as well as to facilitate and develop initiatives to advocate for professional and public awareness of developmental vision and rehabilitation.
The Vision of the VisionHelp Group is to find solutions to end the senseless struggle associated with developmental and rehabilitative vision problems. One area of concern is for those with Amblyopia because so many children and adults suffer from this vision condition and are told that only occlusion therapy (patching) is the only solution and that there is no help past age 10. The newest research shows this is not the case. When the patient is provided an advanced form of binocular vision therapy, the patient responds faster without negative side effects associated with patching, the potential for depth perception is developed and age is no longer a barrier. With this in mind the VisionHelp Group is launching the “VisionHelp Amblyopia Project” to help both professionals and patients get more information about how the visual system is affected by Amblyopia and what can be done. To learn more about the VisionHelp Group, please visit visionhelp.com