Vision therapy isn't a game-or is it
It depends who you ask at the neuro-optometric practice of Mary VanHoy, O.D., in Indianapolis, Indiana.
"Come on, we've got to go," Dr. VanHoy recounts telling her 5 p.m. patient, well past the office's 6 p.m. closing time.
"Visual skills that we associate with school readiness I think are now life-readiness skills because of what children’s eyes are exposed to at a young age."
"Just one second. I've got to hit all these bubbles," came the…