Early Intervention Vision Therapy
Visual Impairment Services for Children
Does your child have a lazy eye, crossed eyes or other visual Impairment? Are you struggling with how to manage your child’s vision problems? teli provides Early Intervention Vision Therapy services assisting visually impaired children to manage with various stages of vision loss.
teli has been helping visually impaired children and cortical visual impairment (CVI), through customized “physical therapy” for the eyes and the brain. Early intervention Vision Services are specifically focused on resolving visual problems which interfere with reading, learning and educational instruction. Early intervention Vision Therapy Services for children with development delays help the family to ensure that you have all the resources to positively impact your child’s visual impairment.
- Visual Impairment Services help children and their families learn to make accommodations and adaptations so that the child can maximize their use of his/her functional vision.
- teli‘s professional Vision Therapy staff accesses the child and works with the family to improve through various visual exercises and environmental adaptations.
- teli Visual Impairment Service in the Pittsburgh / Western PA area, assist families with the identification of resources available to their child to assist them to reach their full potential
- teli provides Visual Therapy Staff to ensure that you, your child and your family build a trusting relationship with a care giver and become an important resource for your child as the whole family learns how to work to support your child’s progress.
- teli Vision Therapy for children services are provided in the location of your choice… your home, your day care… to ensure it is comfortable for you and your child, as well as provide early intervention therapies that are appropriate for their daily environment.
teli Early Intervention Therapies in the Pittsburgh / Western PA area: In addition to Vision Services for Children, teli provides Pediatric Occupational Therapy, Pediatric Physical Therapy, Speech and Language Therapy, Developmental Instruction Therapy, Hearing Services, Nutrition Therapy, as well as Family Social Work and Community Services.