Two Presentations on Why Undetected Vision Problems Significantly Impact Learning

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Nearly 25% of children have vision problems significant enough to affect their performance in school, yet many of these problems go undetected. Dr. Kellye Knueppel of The Vision Therapy Center in Brookfield, Wisconsin, will explain the types of vision problems that can affect school performance in a November 16th in-person presentation and a November 17th webinar.

Dr. Kellye Knueppel, developmental optometrist at The Vision Therapy Center

Nearly 25% of all children have vision problems significant enough to affect their performance in school.

One of the biggest reasons for a learning problem also happens to be one of the most unknown.

It is estimated that nearly 25% of all children have vision problems significant enough to affect their performance in school. Yet many of these vision problems go undetected, resulting in poor grades, reading problems, behavior problems, and even misdiagnosed learning disabilities.

In two educational presentations, Dr. Kellye Knueppel, a developmental optometrist at The Vision Therapy Center in Wisconsin, will explain the types of undetected vision problems that can affect a child’s learning performance, and the close relationship between vision and learning.

“Undetected Vision Problems: Why They May Be Hurting Your Child’s Ability to Learn” will be presented Dr. Knueppel both in-person and through an online webinar. Dr. Knueppel has operated The Vision Therapy Center in Brookfield, and has improved the vision and lives of over 2,000 patients since 1995.

Presentation dates:
November 16th at 7:00 PM (in-person at The Vision Therapy Center)
November 17th at 7:00 PM (online webinar)

If your child or student has a learning problem and you would like to attend either presentation, register at http://www.thevisiontherapycenter.com/undetected.

Dr. Kellye Knueppel is a developmental optometrist specializing in vision related learning problems, sports vision and rehabilitative optometry. She is board certified in vision development as a Fellow of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development.

Dr. Knueppel was named the Optometrist of the Year in 2006 by the Wisconsin Optometric Association. She is a member of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development, the Optometric Extension Program, the American Optometric Association Sports Vision Section, the Wisconsin Optometric Association, and the American Public Health Association.

Dr. Knueppel frequently lectures around the United States to general and developmental optometrists on vision therapy, therapeutic lens prescribing, neuro-optometric rehabilitation and vision therapy practice management.

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