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.
5 Star: David C. "Dr. Slotnick is one of the brightest behavioral optometrists in the nation. She has a wealth of knowledge and caring and will do an excellent for your child." http://on.fb.me/1lVPLZ0
Patient quote of the week:
Me: "Are you making fun of my New York accent?"
9 year old boy: "There's no such thing, there's only New Joisey!"
5 Star: Deborah L. "Dr Slotnick took a lot of time with my child and addressed all our questions. We feel hopeful that she will be able to help us." http://bit.ly/1lVPLZ2
Are you a cognitive miser?
Fascinating article on how people approach solving problems...
5 Star: Wilma M. "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
A little gift from Sofia, blooming like a flower in her new glasses!
5 Star: Jeff P. "I left my exam feeling totally relaxed! Dr. S. knows her stuff!" http://on.fb.me/1lVPLZ0
5 Star: JB S. "Hello, Dear Dr. Samantha Slotnick I like to thank you so much for your workshop today. It was really an amazing evening and not to mention the Vision Therapy information you presented to us. looking forward in attending your upcoming workshop dated 2-5-2014. Can't wait to see how much more I can learn from you. Thank you again for including us in your journey to success" http://on.fb.me/1lVPLZ0
5 Star: Zachary J. "6 stars! Dr. Slotnick always goes the extra mile when evaluating my eyes. Her knowledge, care, and skill set over the years has been impeccable!" http://bit.ly/1lVPLZ2
5 Star: Lenny K. "Dr Slotnick is a great optometrist. I brought my three year old to her and had my own exam. She connected with my son wonderfully and was very attentive to us both. Caring doctor with a great sense of humor. Thank you!" http://on.fb.me/1lVPLZ0
5 Star: Linda S. "I just returned from a 5 hour seminar with Dr. Samantha Slotnick on strabismus.
If you ever have an opportunity to hear ...her speak, do whatever you need to do to be there.
She is awesome and REALLY gets what is important in the therapeutic process.
She will rock your boat and cause you to re-examine everything you have ever been taught! See More" http://on.fb.me/1lVPLZ0
5 Star: Robert S. "Samantha is a caring and sensitive clinician with a wealth of knowledge and experience, especially in the area of strabi...smus and amblyopia, and she has a great deal of expertise to offer both to her patients and to other clinicians.
Dr. Bob Sanet See More" http://on.fb.me/1lVPLZ0
Fascinating article on the use of Working Memory in intelligence, as well as opportunities to develop working memory skills in optometric vision therapy.
Truly inspirational... images created by an artist with severe Cerebral Palsy.
Optic flow apparently helps us piece the world together... http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/11/141112161042.htm
Fascinating study showing the crow's ability to think in analogies.
Most remarkable, they performed this feat without conditioning first, at >75% success rate!
Comparisons are made to the middle card.
The cup with the correct answer has two meal worms. The incorrect answer: empty cup.
For kids with laterality problems, this font may help then make progress in reading.
Holiday toy recommendations for speech delays
I'm a huge proponent for unstructured play. I like the visualization skills that Minecraft may help develop. However, there is no substitute for real-world 3-dimensional eye-hand coordination!
Patient quote of the day:
"It's sooo crazy that the color orange is named after a fruit!"
Arthur Eisenberg how'd that ever happen!!??
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Dr. Samantha Slotnick The world is just full of these strange coincidences...
December 17, 2014 at 6:08 pm
Dr. Samantha Slotnick shared Architecture & Design's photo.
An exploration into the mind of a very special girl with autism: