We are now at our new address - 760 Pasquinelli Dr., Suite 300 in Westmont, IL 60559.
Event Date: January 28, 07:00pmEvent Details:
Many cases of AD(H)D may include visual deficiencies that make near work extremely difficult. If a child has true AD(H)D, the visual problem itself may be so severe that it limits the possibility of improvement. Some mild AD(H)D cases may really be a severe vision problem.
Children with learning related vision problems often have 20/20 eyesight but have difficulties with other key visual skills. Their visual systems cannot tolerate the demands of the classroom for very long, so avoidance behaviors are common.
Because 15 out of 18 symptoms used to diagnose AD(H)D in the Diagnostic and Statistic Manual, Version IV, are also symptoms of vision related learning problems, it is recommended that all children diagnosed with or suspected of having AD(H)D receive a comprehensive vision exam by a Developmental Optometrist.
OBSERVABLE SIGNS POINTING TO VISION INCLUDE:
Learn more at this FREE talk. This is a must attend event for every parent and professional who interact with children whose behavior and learning problems suggest the possibility of AD(H)D.
WHEN: Thursday, January 28 7:00 – 8:00 p.m.
WHERE: Clarendon Vision Development Center, 103 Ogden Ave, Clarendon Hills, IL
Featuring Dr. Monika Spokas, Developmental Optometrist
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC! SPACE IS LIMITED! CALL OR EMAIL TO RESERVE YOUR SEAT NOW!
630-323-7300 OR email lisa@ClarendonVision.com
We are located at 760 Pasquinelli Dr., Suite 300 in Westmont, IL 60559.
760 Pasquinelli Dr., Suite 300
Westmont, IL 60559
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|Tuesday||9am - 6pm|
|Thursday||9am - 7pm|
|Friday||9am - 3pm|
|Saturday||9am - 3pm|