2021 RightEye Impact Award Winner
A 17-year-old boy who presented with a myriad of vision concerns that had impacted his academic performance and ability to function independently suffered a severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) and sustained three facial fractures from being struck by a car.
Dr. Meghan Corkery of TriCounty Vision in Willimantic, CT used RightEye to help the patient. He now enjoys working at his dream job at the zipline adventure park. His confidence has soared, his communication skills have improved, and his depth perception is perfect.
2021 Impact Award Honorable Mentions
Take a moment to listen to the compelling stories of our 2021 Impact Award honorable mentions. These providers are dedicated to RightEye’s mission of improving lives and maximizing the potential of people. RightEye is proud to support them in their incredible efforts.
2020 RightEye Impact Award Winner
An eleven-year-old patient struggling with schoolwork, blurry and double vision, attention issues, poor comprehension, clumsiness, and poor handwriting was preparing to end his education at the high school level to embark on a blue-collar career that didn’t require reading.
Following a RightEye test, Dr. Renaud diagnosed oculomotor dysfunction of pursuits, saccades, and fixations. After completion of vision therapy, the patient’s performance in reading, handwriting, and ability to pay attention improved drastically and blurry and double vision became non-existent. He now plans to go to college to become an optometrist.
2020 Impact Award Honorable Mentions
Take a moment to listen to the compelling stories of our impact award honorable mentions. These providers are dedicated to RightEye’s mission of improving lives and maximizing the potential of people. We are proud to support these providers in their incredible efforts.