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Drs. Raber and Schrock share a professional interest in vision as it relates to learning. Both have pursued post-doctoral training in developmental optometry. They provide testing and therapy services to individuals with vision disorders that interfere with reading and learning at the Cornerstone Vision Development Center. Cornerstone is conveniently located in the lower level of The Alpine Center. Visit www.CornerstoneVDC.com for more information.
We recently put together a short video clip showing a little of what we do in our dedicated vision therapy center. It is exciting to see our patients become comfortable readers, over-coming their vision problems that prevented them from achieving their potential.
By emphasizing personal, professional care and utilizing modern technology, our goal is to provide high quality eye care to our patients.
Dr. Raber graduated with honors from Indiana University School of Optometry and completed a hospital-based optometric residency at the Huntington VA Medical Center in Huntington, WV. Dr. Raber spent 6 years working in Haiti as a medical missionary with the Fellowship of Christian Optometrists. He has pursued post-doctoral training in learning-related vision disorders and his practice emphasizes vision care for children with special needs and patients with acquired brain injuries. Dr. Raber is married and has four children. His wife, Myriam, is a dentist and has her practice (www.RaberDental.com) in the same professional building in Kidron.
Staying current with new knowledge in the eye care field is a high priority for us. Each year we easily exceed our required hours of continuing education in order to bring to our patients the benefits of the latest research in eye care.
Dr. Raber is a fellow of the American Academy of Optometry and the College of Optometrists in Vision Development, indicating his commitment to advanced care in binocular vision, perception and pediatric optometric care. He also maintains an active membership with the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association, and the American Optometric Association's InfantSee program, Vision Rehabilitation and Sports Vision Sections.
Dr. Schrock graduated with honors from The Ohio State University College of Optometry. She practices full-scope optometry, providing primary eye exams, ocular disease management and contact lens fitting. Her professional interests also include special vision needs of children. Dr. Schrock has pursued advanced training in binocular conditions and visual information processing disorders that interfere with reading and learning. She volunteers at local schools, doing vision screenings along with educational presentations. She enjoys music and performs in piano and choir concerts. Dr. Schrock resides in Kidron with her husband, Von, and their four children.