Palouse Visual Learning Center
  • Vision Therapy and Behavioral Optometry

    20/20 vision is the ability to identify small objects at 20 feet and beyond. It's a great skill for buffalo hunters and fighter pilots but tells us little about your child's ability to use his vision at a reading distance. As a Behavioral Optometrist, I diagnose and treat vision-related learning problems. If your child struggles with reading or learning problems, has been labeled as dyslexic, autistic, or hyperactive, or is said to suffer from ADD, we can help! Our programs offer children of all ages an opportunity to become more successful students. Adults who are plagued by long standing learning difficulties can also be evaluated and realize enormous benefits from our one-on-one instruction.
  • Fun and Games

    IMG_9858_1cropwebVision therapy is fun. Many of the exercises are closely related to balance and coordination. That means that the challenge is very tactile, and patients will work on different types of coordination, including those related to sports and other physical activities.
  • Vision vs. Eyesight

    You may not immediately see the subject of the photograph to the right because the seemingly meaningless blobs of light require more than sharp eyesight. It's a little like a kid who can't read: he can see the letters and words just fine, but he doesn't understand what he sees. Similarly, you can see this picture clearly, but you may not be able to understand it. We call the understanding of what is seen "vision." Give us a call if you just can't figure out what it is.
  • Give Us a Call!

    The first step is a visual workup at Moscow Vision Clinic


  • Some Happy Faces!

  • What do you see?


Palouse Visual Learning Center