Grant Dabb is a Fellow of the Australasian College of Behavioural Optometrists (ACBO), which means he has done extensive post-graduate study in the subject. He specialises in comprehensive Childrens Vision and Behavioural Optometry for children and adults.
Why Would My Child Need to See a Behavioural Optometrist?
When the visual system cannot operate easily and comfortably, the result is stress. Responses to visual stress may be physical like headaches, eye strain and blur.
- Strained, tired, itchy, burning, eyes, headaches and migraine
- Computer eye strain
- Children reading and learning below their potential
- Poor eye-hand co-ordination - shows in handwriting, copying and ball sports
- Poor concentration at close tasks
- Sports with high visual demands
- Recovery from traumatic brain injury
- People with special needs such as physical, behavioural or intellectual disabilities