Our focus is on caring for children, adults, and those with special needs who have a wide range of visually related dysfunctions including, but not limited to:
Binocular Vision Disorders
Visual Processing Delays
Acquired Brain Injury
Computer Vision Syndrome
Poor Spatial Awareness
What We Offer
A Sensorimotor Evaluation assesses the ability and accuracy of visual fixation, eye movements, tracking skills, the accommodative system, and binocularity.
A Visual Processing Evaluation assesses skills that are necessary for learning. It includes, but is not limited to, visual memory, discrimination, figure ground, and spatial relations. Additionally, eye-hand coordination, visual motor integration, spatial awareness, bilateral integration, and reversal recognition skills are evaluated. Combined, these skills make up the framework that allows us to learn, read, write, compute, comprehend, and maneuver through the world.
A Neuro-Optometric Evaluation will assess all aspects of the visual system that could have been compromised during a neurological event such as a head injury, concussion, stroke, brain tumors, and other neuropathies. This assessment includes a Sensorimotor Evaluation, portions of the Visual Processing Evaluation, as well as balance, vestibular, and spatial awareness testing.
A customized vision therapy program is developed to treat children and adults with amblyopia, strabismus, decreased visual skills, deficient visual processing skills, and traumatic or acquired brain injuries. Our vision therapy program consists of a one-on-one 45-minute office visit per week along with assigned home activities.
Dr. Wolman fits children and adults with contact lenses. Her expertise allows her to successfully fit patients with challenging prescriptions and specialty lenses.
Wolman Vision and Therapy Center offers a wide variety of high-quality frames and ophthalmic lenses