First, according to my eye doctor, find a doctor who can provide a good diagnosis of your vision problem and provide a customized vision therapy plan. Ophthalmologists do not practice vision therapy, and neither do many optometrists. Behavioral/developmental optometrists are trained in optometric vision therapy, and most are members of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD). You can search for a Fellow of COVD, ie a doctor with FCOVD listed after his or her name, at the COVD site.
The following sites are part of the Optometrists Network:
- VisionStories Read many answers to the question "What changes have you seen as a result of a Vision Therapy program" or "How has Vision Therapy changed your life?"
- Vision3D Explains what stereo vision is and provides lots of games and puzzles and optical illusions
- Public Information about vision therapy. Provides links to information about vision therapy, convergence insufficiency, double vision, lazy eye, and strabismus. Some links are within optometrists.org while others are off-site.
- What is Vision Therapy? Links about vision therapy, FAQs, and definitions.
- Vision Therapy & Vision Enhancement from the Pacific University College of Optometry. For their 4th year optometry students. Includes images of some vision therapy exercises.
- In addition to providing information about finding a trusted vision therapy provider, COVD explains what vision therapy is and offers (brief) information about other eye problems such as convergence insufficiency and nearsightedness.
Hope that helps!