A podcast review!

I was recently so fortunate to have ‘Archie Finds His Voice’ reviewed and discussed on the Twin Forks Optometry & Vision Therapy weekly podcast!

Even if your vision is 20/20 people can still have a visual system that isn’t working effectively or efficiently. Vision therapy, often described as “physical therapy for the eyes” is a program that is prescribed and supervised by Optometrists who are fellows of Vision Therapy. It is a training program that utilizes a series of exercises and activities individually tailored to each person to help their two eyes work together in better tandem. It works in the areas of teaming, tracking and focusing. Don’t let your vision get in the way of enjoying life’s best books, visit Twin Forks Optometry’s website and learn more about how vision therapy can help you.

Published by Pam Dworetz-Sofarelli

Pam Dworetz-Sofarelli grew up reading everything she could get her hands on, including the back of cereal boxes, record album credits, the telephone book and just about every children’s fiction book before it actually hit the library shelves. Pam is a mother, author, tutor, vision therapist and occasional Oreo cookie binger who lives in NY with her wife and their two Cavalier King Charles Spaniels. She never misses a chance to be outside; kayaking, just enjoying the beach and nature, or scouting out Osprey nests and the best lobster rolls on Long Island’s east end. Pam has always loved creating, whether it's writing, drawing, or taking photos, she isn't afraid to allow her vivid imagination to take the lead. Inspired by experiences of her own, and those of her children, it is her value of authenticity that shines through on the pages of her debut children’s book, Archie Finds His Voice, where kids will learn the importance of knowing and being proud of their true selves while embracing the differences of others.

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