Vision Clinics of Development and Learning in Bellevue, Bothell and Seattle WA offer Pediatric Eye Exams, Functional Vision Evaluations and Vision Therapy services. Providing evaluation and treatment of visual skills dysfunctions, especially related to learning disabilities, dyslexia, attention deficit, ADHD, and academic / vocational performance, reading, writing, dysgraphia, lazy eye, and strabismus. Clinic and / or home-based tutoring and therapy solutions offered.
Vision is involved in most everything we do in life. Do you or your child struggle with school, work, attention, or the enjoyment of life? Consider how many hours of the day are spent working with books, papers, and computer screens. Visual skills are critical for the tremendous demands on focus, attention, and thinking that are needed for success today. Dr. Pearson's Functional Vision Evaluations go beyond basic eye exams to evaluate specific skills, such as two-eye coordination, eye tracking, focusing flexibility, and visual perceptual processing that are essential for academic and career success.
A Functional/Developmental Vision Evaluation is an essential part of a comprehensive multidisciplinary approach to a child's developmental or academic struggles. Dr. Pearson collaborates with other professionals in providing this important visual component. After an evaluation, therapeutic activities are prescribed. Many of these activities can be integrated within existing therapies or school programs, with progress monitored via Internet systems and occasional office visits.
Dr. Pearson makes extensive use of internet-based software, and at-a-distance coaching systems offering students/families effective therapeutic practice at home, which saves considerable time and resources over more traditional office-based programs (office-based therapy is available too).
Highlights, Specialties & Features
- Pediatric Eye Exams, Functional Vision Evaluations and Vision Therapy services'
- Convergence insufficiency treatment
- Reading and Writing Programs, academic performance tests
- Treatment for visual skills dysfunctions related to Learning Disabilities, ADHD, dyslexia, etc.
- Home based and in-clinic programs available
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|Person||Dr. Alan Pearson|
|Address||12835 Bel-Red Road, Suite 303|
|Phone Number||(425) 213-1016|
Dr. Alan Pearson
Dr. Pearson works with children (6 months and up) and adults wanting to improve their visual skills through therapeutic activity. He evaluates and prescribes appropriate tools and goals then counsels and coaches the patient/family toward achievement. He works collaboratively with Bothell Pediatric and Hand Therapy Clinic's occupational, physical, and speech therapists as well as with therapists and educators around the state. Dr. Pearson has over 16 years clinical experience evaluating and treating visual and perceptual dysfunctions impacting learning, development, reading, dyslexia, attention deficits, strabismus, amblyopia, and visual integration. He is involved with research and development associated with curriculum development, interdisciplinary collaboration models, and integrative treatment approaches. In his free time, Dr. Pearson enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, backpacking and skiing.
Dr. Pearson is not only knowledgeable, he is also generous with his time! His staff is wonderful, too. I can't say enough about how much VCDL has eased my concerns about my son's visual and learning potential, or how willing they are to work with other providers. Can't recommend enough...
From Our Website
This is a very brief summary and overview of the important skills and processes involved in being a competent reader. It should help you to understand the logic behind the sequence of vision training and reading development therapy offered by Vision Clinics of Development & Learning. The end goal of reading is understanding. For an advanced and efficient reader the process of reading is automatic and happens in the background so that the reader's attention is placed upon comprehending what is being read and integrating new knowledge with prior knowledge and experience.