Even if your child has 20/20 vision, it doesn’t mean that their eyes are working together correctly. This can lead to difficulties in school that are often overlooked.

    Get a Vision Assessment

    Our visual skills play a vital role in our ability to play sports. Many of our patients find that their sports performance improves, even though they came to us for help with their difficulty with reading.

    learn more...
  • Is it really ADD/ADHD?

    Undetected and untreated vision problems can cause some of the very same signs and symptoms that are commonly attributed to ADHD. Review the signs and symptoms to see if your child might have been mislabled.

  • Improve your vision at ANY AGE

    Many parents often discover that they too have vision problems similar to their children and ask us if it is too late for them to get help. The answer is – it is never too late! We can help!

    learn more...
Text Zoom

Welcome toLas Vegas Center for Vision Therapy

Kareen Yeung Landerville, OD, FCOVD

We are an optometric practice dedicated to diagnosing and treating vision problems that interfere with reading, learning, and activities of daily living, such as sports, climbing stairs, and pouring drinks. Dr. Kareen Yeung Landerville provides vision therapy to help patients use their vision across a range of different circumstances. We focus on both children and adults, particularly those with learning difficulties, using performance lenses and visual training as a way to improve the use of his or her vision.


The Las Vegas Center for Vision Therapy provides:

Developmental and Functional Vision Evaluations for All Ages - while we specialize in working with children, adults often have similar vision problems, and we are happy to help. There is no age limit.

Treatment of Learning-Related Vision Problems - there are 17 visual skills required for reading & learning. Problems with any of these skills can often be mistaken as learning disabilities, dyslexia or attention problems.

Treatment for Binocular Vision Disorders

  • Amblyopia & Strabismus
    (also known as Lazy Eye, Crossed Eyes, or Wandering Eye)
  • Near Vision Disorders (such as Convergence Insufficiency)
  • Double Vision (also known as Diplopia)

Sports Vision Training - Our visual skills play a vital role in our ability to play sports. Vision therapy can help improve your sports vision skills. Learn more here.

Vision Development & Rehabilitation for Patients with Special Needs
Children with Special Needs have the same vision problems as neuro-typical children.  Vision problems in these patients are often overlooked.

  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Developmental Delays
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Sensory Integration Disorders

Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation for Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) or Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)

  • Concussions
  • Head Trauma
  • Stroke