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The Digital Age Requires Making Time for the Development of New Skills

Mind-Eye Blog: MessagEase™? Why Not? Time to Learn New Ways of Doing   Taking the opportunity to learn something new can prove quite rewarding. That’s why I decided to spend time recently becoming acquainted with MessagEase™, an innovative, touch-screen keyboard...

Retinal Imaging Can Predict Changes in Blood Flow

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COVID Proving More Than a ‘Sight for Sore Eyes’

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Scientists Shed More Light on Retina as ‘Window to Brain’

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Her One Goal Was Simply to Shop in a Grocery Store Again

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New Dyslexia Tool Furthers Calls for Eye-Ear Testing

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Therapeutic Glasses Aid Care of Stroke, Mental Disorders

Mind-Eye Blog:Therapeutic Glasses Aid Care of Stroke, Mental DisordersNoted Optometrist Says Changes in Light on Retina Alters Brain Activity Therapeutic eyeglasses can “directly alter brain activity” and positively influence care of patients who suffer stroke,...

Visual Processing: Going Beyond What the Eye ‘Sees’

Mind-Eye Blog:Visual Processing: Going Beyond What the Eye ‘Sees’  “The eye sees only what the mind is prepared to comprehend.” That quote, from Canadian novelist Robertson Davies, came to mind as I was preparing to leave my home recently on a windy day in May. I knew...

Sometimes the Second Time Around Is the Charm

Success Stories: Sometimes the Second Time Around Is the CharmMind-Eye Brain Glasses First Made Her Tired; Then They Made ‘Magic’   When it comes to wearing “brain” glasses, sometimes the second time around is the charm.  At least, that is what happened in...

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The Mind-Eye Institute was established in 2018 to expand Dr. Deborah Zelinsky’s ground-breaking clinical applications and studies, which are significantly enhancing scientific understanding of how manipulation of light entering through the eye’s retina can impact brain function, nerve pathways and body chemistry.

The goal ultimately is to benefit the millions of patients who now struggle with symptoms from brain injuries including concussions, learning problems and other neurological disorders that are not able to be helped sufficiently with standard treatments.

The Institute team is particularly focused on helping patients rebuild brain pathways or develop new pathways to enhance their ability to learn, understand and interact normally with others. Some of the challenges are from a diagnosis of autism, attention deficit disorder (ADD and ADHD), dyslexia, dyscalculia, auditory processing disorder, and visual perceptual/visual motor deficits. The Mind-Eye Institute emphasizes linkages, rather than separate processing systems.

To date, our work has positively impacted many lives – those of children and adults — but, to continue being successful, the Mind-Eye Institute needs your financial support.

Help us help others, especially those school-age children whose deficits prevent them from being successful both in the classroom and in normal social situations with their peers.

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