Natasha moved to Canada in 2010 from the UK, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Modern Languages and Linguistics, and speaks French and German.
She has been practicing Vision Therapy since 2016, when her son started a therapy program for amblyopia and strabismus. Throughout his therapy, her interest in Neuro-optometry grew and she was eager to learn more. She has since successfully completed the Practical Vision Therapy Accreditation Program (PVTAP) through Vision Therapy Canada.
She has worked with a variety of visually challenged patients from adults to children of all ages, including those with Autistic Spectrum Disorders, developmental disorders and various acquired or traumatic brain injuries. With her personal experience, linguistic training and keen interest in this field, along with her calm and warm personality, Natasha is able to gently coach and guide her patients through their therapy. She is passionate about helping people and being able to contribute to their rehabilitation, and to see them progress the way her son did, is the best part of her job.