Our vision therapist, Dr. Cook, explained that when CJ began vision therapy, riding a bicycle was a very scary and intimidating task. He explained that with his balance and coordination issues, there was no way he could ride a bike at that juncture of his little life. CJ was unable to tell what was moving more, the bike or the ground. We are very please that he can now, RIDE A BICYCLE!
While this feat in itself is amazing, CJ still has a lot of work. He will continue with his daily vision therapy exercises and his monthly visits to Atlanta. He will also have to have tutoring all summer long to keep up to speed on what he has learned this past school year. But with all his "Angels" in place, I know CJ will do great this summer.