Category: Learning Vision Behaviour

I have a stigma!

“My last doctor told me I have a stigma”, says the patient. I reply, “Oh, that’s unfortunate, too bad I can’t help you with that – do you mind if I take a picture?” I then carry on with my…

Can you see that?

You hear some funny things when working in vision care. Asking a child “Can you see that?” is one of the funnier statements you hear. Funny peculiar, I mean. It’s akin to asking ‘how heavy do you feel’ or ‘how…

Archie’s Law

The site ArchiesLaw.com is dedicated to promoting mandatory vision assessment for all children entering Grade 1. Learn why vision problems cause so much grief in the classroom, why they are almost never detected, what is costs for children and families,…

Learning, Vision, and Behaviour

Dr. Boulet is a general care family optometrist, but is especially interested in child vision development (read more here), with a background in education, neuropsychology, and behavioural optometry. He works with parents, teachers, and other developmental specialists like Occupational Therapists…