Juvenile arthritis does not just affect your child's joints but can also cause several potentially serious eye disorders. Although your child's eye doctor will monitor him or her for signs of prob ...View Article
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Elaine has worked at Advanced Vision of Louisville since 1995. She is a Certified Optometric Vision Therapist (COVT) and enjoys working with traumatic brain injury (TBI) patients and children of all ages to enhance their visual and perceptual skills. Prior to working for Dr. Weinberg, she had worked in elementary education in Michigan, West Virginia and Kentucky for twenty years. Elaine has a B.S. in Sociology from Eastern Michigan University and graduate hours in elementary education.
Susan is a Certified Vision Therapist from COVD with a B.A. from Xavier University in Psychology and Sociology. She tutored children while her daughters were in school and enjoyed watching children learn and develop a love of reading. Susan enjoys working with traumatic brain injury (TBI) patients and has been with Advanced Vision of Louisville for ten years.
Monica has been with Advanced Vision of Louisville as a Vision Therapist since 2009. She graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education from New Mexico State University. Monica has now found her true passion in Vision Therapy here at Advanced Vision of Louisville and we are delighted to have her as part of our team.
Laura Johnson is a Louisville native. She earned her BS in Elementary Education, from the University of Louisville. She also has her Masters Degree in Elementary Education. Laura taught Kindergarten & First Grade for 28 year for the Jefferson County Public Schools. After retiring from teaching, she began working at Advanced Vision of Louisville as a Vision Therapist. In this capacity, she can continue her love of working with children, as well as adults. Most importantly, she loves seeing the changes in them and their confidence, as they are able to improve their reading and begin to do sports related activities, as well as get back to being able to do the things they use to do.