Thanks for your interest in our special Behavioural Optometrist Symptom Checklist for Children with Learning Problems.

therapyWe call it the Top Secret Targeted Vision and Learning Checklist.  This is a really cool checklist that can tell you in a few minutes if your child has a learning problem which is related specifically to vision.

If you want to simply download the complimentary symptom list, click here.  But if you want more free information about vision and learning difficulties, place your name and email in the space at the side and we will email you more great information, completely free, and you will still get instant access to the Symptom List.

The great news is that if you check the symptom list and your child appears to have a vision problem, chances are we can easily do something about it.  We have access to special lenses and vision therapy that is a proven winner when it comes to helping children with learning disabilities, and a Behavioural Optometrist like Darin Browne is not only highly trained in the field, but he is also incredibly innovative, using the latest techniques and ideas to help you with your child.


So for your complimentary copy of our exclusive report and symptom list plus loads of other freebees, just enter your name and email in the space provided and you will gain instant access.  We promise we won’t give your email away or fill your inbox with spam emails, but we would like to send you more gifts over the coming weeks that could help you in your quest to solve the mystery of why a bright child can have big problems reading, spelling and concentrating.

We have thousands of happy parents and kids across the Sunshine Coast and even from further afield, because the methods we use in treating children with learning difficulties have a very high success rate.  They may not be the full story, but more often than not they are a step in the right direction, even if other diagnoses such as ADD, ADHD, Asperges or Autistic Spectrum Disorder have also bee made.

And for more great news and views from the Behavioural Optometrist world check out Darin’s Blog!

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