We need your support - A collaborative effort from the Canadian healthcare, education, industry and community partners is the only way to a successful collective impact. This is a sizeable initiative and we will need input and feedback during this planning and development stage.


Please join us today as a fellow champion! Let's work together towards a positive impact for the Visual Stress community.


Develop industry and patient partnerships to create a collaborative impact, and to communicate our common goals to the community.

Let us know a little bit about you and where your interests lie. We will keep you up to date on activities in this impact stream.


Encourage understanding and empathy from employers, educators, insurers and the healthcare and education community on behalf of those suffering from Visual Stress.



Bring clarity to historical and current research, build a comprehensive research library and initiate new research with local partners.



Offer training for individuals with visual stress, their employers and educators, and provide certified training for healthcare and education professionals.



Encourage support from the financial and granting industries, develop community support programs, and provide direct support to individuals with visual stress through training, resources and services.

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Our communication strategy includes the creation of a blog, newsletter, social media posts and occasional emails to bring awareness to activities, successes, events, and to schedule interprofessional meetings and call out for assistance.  You will have the opportunity to opt-out at any time. 

We are looking for participation from all areas of healthcare and education, from family physicians to neurologists, tutors to school board officials, individuals with visual stress and their parents and caregivers. If you have Visual Stress (or think you might), serve or treat people with neurological or neurodevelopmental diagnoses, we want to hear from you - and hope that you want to work with us to improve the identification, diagnosis and treatment of Visual Stress in our community.

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