Before Vision Therapy, life was quite difficult. I had trouble in school and especially with sports. In school I had trouble reading. For instance, I would skip small words such as: I, as, is, am, the . . . Also, it was very hard to comprehend what I was reading because I had to concentrated so much to figure out each word, let alone what a sentence meant. My penmanship was very bad, and I had trouble lining up the numbers in math problems. Copying from the board to my paper was also difficult. In sports, I had trouble hitting and catching baseballs, as well as hitting the basketball rim. Now, after Vision Therapy, I don’t skip words and I understand what I read much better. I can copy from one line to another and from the board to my paper much easier. In math, the problems are easier, because the columns are lined up better and I can understand word problems much better. I don’t throw a fit anymore and try to stall when doing word problems. My penmanship is better and the words are spaced much more consistently. I can now hit and catch baseballs much easier now, and I made many baskets last basketball season.