Bruce and Margie McLaughlin
- Posted on: Dec 2 2016
From the time Kelly (our son) started kindergarten, his experiences in school were not favorable. We were told that his attention span was too short, that he refused to do work assigned, he was lazy, that he was continually disrupting the class. Kelly hated school and it was all we could do to get through the weeks. The school nurse said that testings on Kelly’s eyes had shown a decrease in vision. After a long, thorough vision test, the doctor informed us that there was something wrong with his eyes but that glasses could not correct it. He referred us to you. Kelly is now nearing the end of his therapy. Many improvements have been shown. He likes to read now. His eye/hand coordination is much better. During the last grading period, he had absolutely no detention notices — in fact, he received a Citizen of the Month award! Fifth grade just may be the best year he has ever had, thanks to your care.