“Oh no, we’re going to read out loud again? I wish I could just disappear. She’s handing out the books. I can’t, I just can’t read out loud again and have the guys laugh when I stumble over the words. I don’t get why they can read without stumbling and I read like a K student. When we go out to recess, someone always says something dumb to me and I just shrug my shoulders. My parents and teacher hate when I do that. Think… I’m good at making people laugh, especially the girl next to me. Maybe it will work again and the teacher will have me sit outside the room. She’s tired of me she says. Oh man, now I’m in for it. How am I going to explain to my parents why I was sent to the office? I hate school.”
- SOI Assessment showed extreme visual issues that were corrected with Developmental Optometry.
- Sam did SOI paper/pencil modules at my learning center for the school year.
- Was at grade level in reading by the next year.
- Sam is soon to graduate from medical school as a pediatric surgeon.
- He still makes people laugh and has the most caring nature.
- In his chosen field, his personality will be a gift to many families.
JOHN, AGE 16
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