Shaylers Vision Centre provides professional eye examinations, both NHS and private .Specilalist vision assessments for children with learning difficulties, dyslexia, dyspraxia, attention deficit, hyperactivity. Optometric vision therapy to develop visual performance for these children with learning difficulties, as well as treating, amblyopia (lazy eye), strabismus (squint).
Assessments of vision of adults with mild traumatic brain injury, stroke, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, depression, stress etc.
Provision of spectacles, Rodenstock individually designed lenses to provide thin, comfortable lightweight lenses with improved visual performance.
Shaylers Vision Centre stocks over 800 frame styles.
NHS tests for children withj a range of free frames (provided with NHS voucher).
Nationally 1 million children returned to school in September with defective eye sight.
Geoff Shayler has published over 30 research articles on learning difficulties, computer use and ageing vision and lectured in Germany, France, the USA as well as here in the UK.
Highlights, Specialties & Features
- Specilist understanding of problems experienced by children with learning difficullties
- Specilist understanding of problems experienced by adults with mild traumatic brain injury
- Specilist understanding of problems experienced by adults with Alzheimer's or Parkinson's diseases
Professional Associations & Certifications
- Fellow of College of Optometry
- Fellow of College of Syntonic Optometry
- Accredited Member of Britisah Association of Behavioural Optometyr
- Registered with General Optical Council
- Bournemouth & Poole
|Address||25 West St|
|Phone Number||019 2955 3928|
- I would recommend this business
Very helpful and accommodating
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What a fantastic experience for three 'enthusiastic' children. Geoff was very patient & kind throughout.
Excellent Service would highly recommend
My son had vision therapy at Shaylers a few year ago. As a baby / toddler he was forever bumping into things , stumbling and tripping ,we were referred to have orthotics insoles in his shoes. This helped a little but as he started school it was pretty obvious there were other issues, he wasn't keeping up with his peers with his education. He really struggled to read , didn't remember things and generally didn't like school.
At 7years old I had him dyslexia tested privately as school were not really on board, this was our turning point!
We were recommended to Jeff as my son was only mildly dyslexic but there was a problem with his vision.
After vision therapy my son has made immense progress in all areas of his life. He is sitting his GCSEs next year and all of his predictions are above a pass!! He has excelled at sport he is representing Dorset at a development level.
He is happy, has great friends and is a typical teenager, I feel that if he hadn't had vision therapy he really would be a sullen teenager hating school still and really struggling to cope with life.
Thank you Jeff