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4 Ways To Help Your Students With Vision-Related Learning Difficulties

Find out how educators can accommodate students with poor visual skills and help them learn better.
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Choose Holiday Gifts That Support Your Child’s Vision

When selecting a gift for your child this holiday season, try to choose one that promotes learning, creativity, and visual health. Check out our recommendations!
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How to Know If Your Child Has a Functional Vision Problem

Even children with 20/20 vision may experience functional visual problems that can negatively affect their schoolwork and enjoyment of activities like reading and sports. Our vision therapy program can help treat these visual problems, and allow your child to reach their potential - in the classroom and on the sports field.
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Traumatic Brain Injuries Can Harm the Visual System — And Self Esteem

Traumatic brain injuries can cause problems with the visual system that negatively impact self-esteem in both children and adults. Read on to learn how a neuro-optometrist can help.
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Can At-Home Learning Cause Vision Problems in Children?

Many schoolchildren have started the new school year at home, learning in online classes at least part of the time. It’s important for parents to monitor their children for signs of  eyestrain and the worsening of other eye conditions.
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Will Wearing Glasses Weaken My Eyes?

Eyeglasses correct deficiencies in our vision. While eyesight might weaken as we age, wearing glasses is not the cause.
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COVID-19 Update

Dr. Greg Thompson and Dr Rick Thompson are still seeing patients for routine eye exams and frame selection for eye glasses. Please contact the office by phone, 905-793-2020, or by email contact@drrickthompson.ca. The Medical Officer of Health requires patients to wear protective masks. The doctors and staff will be using the appropriate PPEs. An appointment is required for all visits – please phone ahead.

Here is our schedule:

Monday: Friday, 8:30 am – 5:30 pm

Saturday: 8:30 am – 3:00 pm

Sunday: Closed