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Vision Therapy

A B See Vision Therapy Center, S.C. maintains a strong commitment to enhancing functional vision. Our program is a comprehensive individualized vision therapy program which focuses on improvements in brain function as it relates to vision.

We treat both children and adults who lack the visual skills to be as successful in life as they would like to be. Vision Therapy is a progressive program of visual activities, prescribed and performed under a doctor’s supervision, designed to improve visual skills and abilities for visual comfort, efficiency and improvement in processing and interpreting visual information.

Vision is a set of skills and abilities of which 20/20 eyesight is only one. Other necessary visual skills for us to be successful include: eye-teaming, focusing, eye movements, visual perception, visual information processing, and integration of vision with our other senses.


We treat both children and adults who lack the visual skills to be as successful in life as they would like to be. A B See focuses on three main areas: learning-related vision problems, sports vision enhancement, and vision rehabilitation after acquired brain injury.


Dr. Linda Dejmek
Neuro-Developmental Optometrist | A B See Vision Therapy Center, S.C. | 920-722-2020

1401 McMahon Dr.
Suite 100
Neenah, WI 54956

Office Hours

Monday:

3:00 pm-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Meet the Neuro-Optometrist

  • Meet The Neuro-Optometrist

    Dr. Dejmek completed her undergraduate work at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and received her Doctor of Optometry degree from Indiana University in Bloomington. She is the founder and owner of A B See Vision Therapy Center in Menasha, Wisconsin and owner of the Appleton Eye Clinic in Appleton, Wisconsin, in which she has been practicing primary care optometry since 1978.

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  • "While working as an Occupational Therapist, I have seen the significant role that vision can play in balance, gait, and movement."
    Wendy Effa, OTR Occupational Therapist, Neenah, WI

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