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As the Practice Coordinator, Evelyn is there to answer your questions and provide support for you throughout the vision therapy process. She is the first one you will meet after your appointment with the doctor. Evelyn may assist with intake procedures such as the Visual Processing Evaluation and the Consultation.
Pam has been a vision therapist since 1998. With over 17 year's experience, Pam brings her knowledge of children, education, and creativity to the clinic. Her education includes x-ray technician training and elementary education studies. Her interest in vision therapy began when her daughter was diagnosed with Amblyopia in 1996.
As the Vision Therapist, Pam is there to provide therapeutic care to you or your child. She is the one you will meet with each session once you have decided to do therapy. It is Pam that makes sure you are meeting all your treatment goals by evaluating each session, finding new therapeutic goals, and prescribing techniques to practice at home.