About the Practice

Our practice offers comprehensive vision evaluations as well as vision therapy and rehabilitation. We also provide recommendations for 504’s (academic accommodation for students with medical problems) and Individual Educational Programs (IEPs) for children with learning differences.

We know your time is valuable so we work hard to ensure that your wait is as short as possible. Our receptionist makes sure the office is comfortable and equipped with nutritious snacks for our young patients.

Princeton, NJ Office:

Donna Tobias, Vision Therapist and Office Manager

Donna has been in the medical field for 15 years. She loves seeing the progress a patient makes in vision therapy. “As a Vision Therapist, it is so rewarding to see a child who did not like to read because they were skipping words and lines and could not understand [what they read] become a child who not only loves to read, but has gone up two levels in reading at school! To have a patient who could not drive because their eyes couldn’t maintain fixation on the road, become a capable, confident driver. I love what I do and I love being able to help my patients” Donna has been married for 39 years and has 1 son.

Rosemont, PA Office:

Michelle Wright, Vision Therapist and Office Manager

Michelle joined our practice after devoting many years to successfully homeschooling her own children. She has volunteered in schools to help children practice reading, tutored for Classical Conversations and led children’s choirs. She is “delighted to be part of something that adds great value to a child’s overall success!” She and her husband just celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary and have four grown children and two grandchildren.

Meralinda Stevis, Vision Therapist

Meralinda has spent her entire adult life working the field of vision. Right after graduating college, she felt fortunate to be offered a position as a Vision Therapist and she knew instantly that this is where she belonged. After working for several years, she took some time off to raise her daughter, who was a vision therapy patient, and her son. However, she always knew she would return to being a Vision Therapist. “There is no better feeling than helping to make a positive difference in someone’s life.”

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