Published: August 20th, 2014
Handwriting Without Tears Program
Handwriting Without Tears is a hands-on curriculum designed for teaching children handwriting skills. Each 45 minute class will incorporate lessons that align with the state Common Core Standards. The curriculum has interventions and strategies of; games, and sensory activities to help children with common handwriting concerns such as; correct letter formation, letter reversals, letter sizing, spacing, letter alignment, and pencil grip.
*The program is intended for children who are Pre-K - 5th grade*
Monday - Friday / Each 45 minute session $35.00
Instructed by: Carrie Griffin, OTR/L,MBA
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Low Vision Store
Don't forget "Coffee Time"
Come join us for "Coffee Time" in our Low Vision Store at
Cedar Rapids Vision In Motion.
Starting September 2014
Come in for some coffee and cookies!
Look over new equipment and meet with staff on any questions you may have on our low vision products and equipment.
Cedar Rapids Vision In Motion
3235 Williams Pkwy SW #1, Cedar Rapids
New Services Offered at Cedar Rapids Vision In Motion:
** CranioSacral Therapy for Children - can help your child achieve calmness and greater focus to better integrated sensory facilities.
Other Services Offered:
* Manual Lymph Drainage - reduces edema and swelling
* CranioSacral Therapy - alleviates migraines and headaches
* Reflexology - induces a state of balance and harmony to promote healing
* Therapeutic Massage - relieves aches and pain due to injury, arthritis, and joint stiffness
For more information on these New Programs call:
Cedar Rapids Vision In Motion's Medical Director Receives Honor
Cedar Rapids Vision In Motion (CRVIM), a non-profit vision wellness and rehabilitation center, is proud to announce Dr. Kacie Monroe, OD, as one of Vision Monday's 2011 Most Influential Women in Optical.
Dr. Monroe joined Cedar Rapids Vision In Motion last summer after graduating from Indiana University School of Optometry in Bloomington, IN. Her dedication to service and devotion to learning more placed her as a top 2011 optometry graduate. According to Vision Monday, Indiana University had the following to say, "Dr. Monroe has been an active member of our school, serving in leadership positions with our chapter of VOSH. She confirmed her dedication to service by traveling to Guanajuato, Mexico."
"I am honored to be recognized by Vision Monday," Dr. Monroe says. "And, I am so excited to be working with such a unique office where I get to provide vision care and rehabilitation services for the entire family."
Dr. Monroe also works at Dr. Fitzgerald & Associates.
To learn more about Cedar Rapids Vision In Motion, call (319) 364-2311, visit www.crvim.com or email email@example.com.
Cedar Rapids Vision In Motion Moving to Bigger Location
The new location is next to the Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center, Witwer Children’s Center, and Dr. Fitzgerald & Associates. To learn more about Cedar Rapids Vision In Motion, call (319) 364-2311, visit www.spandainc.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cedar Rapids Vision in Motion (CRVIM), a non-profit vision wellness and rehabilitation center, currently located at 3235 Williams Pkwy SW, Suite 1.
The vision wellness and rehabilitation center has been at its current location since spring 2008 and serves individuals with low vision, brain injuries and children who have trouble learning due to vision issues. The new location will provide about 1,000 more sq. ft than the clinic’s current location, which will allow the clinic to expand its services to include a vision sports training program.
“We are really excited about this move,” says Dr. DeAnn Fitzgerald, Founder of Cedar Rapids Vision In Motion. “Over the last couple of years, our patient need has steadily increased. This new location will allow us to better serve the community, and offer a way for us to continue providing quality care to our patients.”