Dr. Slotnick prioritizes the individual’s needs and goals to prescribe glasses that are not only customized to a person’s visual demands, but also to their lifestyle needs. With an eye towards prevention, she addresses signs of long-range concerns, addressing the source of the problem, not just the symptoms.
Specializing in vision therapy and rehabilitation services, Dr. Slotnick helps patients learn how to make efficient, effective use of their eyes and of visual information.
Dr. Samantha Slotnick shared ScienceAlert's photo.
This is so cool! Let me know if you try the experiment!
Take pics and share!
Gearing up for our Midsummer Kids' Night! Thurs 8/7, join us for a spell!
Macaroni Kid White Plains NY Posting to Macaroni Kid White Plains NY
July 29, 2014 at 2:05 pm1
Dr. Samantha Slotnick Thank you!
July 29, 2014 at 5:02 pm
August is Vision & Learning Month!
Below is a link to a position paper from the American Academy of Optometry on Optometric Care of the Struggling Student, For parents, educators, and other professionals
Dr. Samantha Slotnick shared Post Planner's photo.
When "Can Do" thinking powers a lifetime... anything is achievable!
Intriguing article on the parallels and lack thereof between the brain and computers.
Love this opener:
“A good metaphor is something even the police should keep an eye on.” – G.C. Lichtenberg
7 year old boy comes and sits in my chair for his first eye exam. Fully aware of the plan for the day, he opens with: "I've been eating carrots! They're my favorite vegetable."
JB Shomonnedzad HAHAHAH MUST BE A SMART BOY!
July 18, 2014 at 10:48 pm1
Dr. Samantha Slotnick Indeed!
July 19, 2014 at 12:10 am
Dr. Samantha Slotnick shared Mighty Optical Illusions's photo.
Please consider signing this petition to help safeguard our public!
More on my blog: http://drslotnick.com/2014/03/opternative-dangerous/
Dr. Samantha Slotnick shared a photo.
We acquire so many life-enriching skills when our vision is working in our favor!
An adult patient with strabismus shares his successes as his visual perception and MOTOR RESPONSES gradually improve through vision therapy!
Just play with them!
Many of my best ideas originate from a handwritten memo...!
Patient moment of the day:
Me: (Holding a fixation stick with cartoon pictures on it):
"What do you see on top?"
1st grade boy: "A horse!"
Me: "And what's underneath the horse?"
1st grade boy: "Legs!"
(LMAO with mom) ... Yes, yes, that's correct....
5 Star: Ana F. "Once again Matthew loved his vision therapy session
Since he started therapy his self-confidence has skyrocketed, he is now enjoying group sports, riding his bike, playing with words, enjoying good grades, showing how smart he is and doing his homework in a timely manner. What a difference from 9 nine month ago." http://bit.ly/1lVPLZ2