Vision On Tap


CVOTNo, not that kind of tap, but the tap of a touch screen well-suited to on-the-go therapy.  We took our tapinapp for the iPad with us to Cincinnati this weekend, and it proved to be a big hit with our granddaughters.  If Kevin Sullivan’s innovation can captivate a discerning, bright and highly active five year-old, it can work with a wide array of vision therapy patients.  I like to think of it as a portable, streamlined little cousin version of the popular and versatile SVI, and one that will be well-suited to both in-office and out-of-office use.

App Contemplation

App Responding App

App Circle Finger

App Circle Draw

App Letter Match

App b-d-p-q

App Number Match

6 thoughts on “Vision On Tap

  1. What a great app! Thanks for introducing it to the kids, they really enjoyed working with it. Definately a compelling reason to get an iPad!! Enjoy the snow, Adena

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