Vision Therapy Posters

‘Keep Calm and Carry On’ was a motivational poster produced by the British government in 1939 several months before the beginning of the Second World War, intended to raise the morale of the British public in the aftermath of widely predicted mass air attacks on major cities It had only limited distribution with no public display, and thus was little known. It was believed there were only two known surviving examples of the poster outside government archives until a collection of 20 originals was brought in to the Antiques Roadshow in 2012 by the daughter of an ex-Royal Observer Corps member.

Time to bring out this iconic poster once more! Too many children with visible and invisible vision issues are going undiagnosed or are being misdiagnosed with behavioral problems. Even in case they are diagnosed with the correct binocular vision issue, they are often left untreated or mistreated. Curable eye teaming and perceptual problems are jeopardizing their future. People seem to like those retro looking posters so get them into your doctor’s offices, schools, optician’s stores, hospitals, … Automatically people will be drawn to them and upon reading ask themselves the right questions.

comprehensive vision exam double vision keep calm KEEP CALM

The PDF files are meant for easy printing. If any of you come up with other good slogans or completely different format ideas, let me know!
imagine how frustrating that would be

PDF version

2020 eye sight is not enough
what if the first part of the story never happened

monkey see monkey do the rules of vision therapy
intelligence without binocular vision skills
remind your ophthalmologist - kopie
It's a trap the chronicle of farsightedness foretold
god
just another day at the VT office

a lot of horse powers are useless

adapted pyramid of learning

all i want for christmas

I dare you

mala vista social club

 

maslow hierarchy of needs

michael corleone

reading and mobility

research

uncomfortable vision is not a lifestyle

vision directs action

visual brain change

Also see:
Vision Therapy Comic

This article has 5 comments

  1. Emily Mayne Reply

    I have been searching the internet for posters, etc to bring to my daughter’s school to raise awareness on how vision affects learning. So happy to have found this site. How do you order posters

    • Michael Lievens Reply

      Hi Emily!

      So glad you like them! I wasn’t sure if people would use them. You can just print them yourself. Free to use as you please but donations are always welcome. Tonight I will update the post with some more posters I have made in the meantime.

      I will upload the others in a few hours!

      Michael

    • Michael Lievens Reply

      Just updated this post with a lot more potential posters! I hope you like them!

  2. Farzeen Mahmud Reply

    Let’s share with Wills Eye! These are genius, Michael – and you must have worked so hard on them! Amazing. Hope you get lots of eye-rest! Thank you for this amazing series!

  3. Emily Mayne Reply

    Thank you for your posters. Been looking to spread awareness.

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