These organisations all provide information on behavioural optometry:

The British Association of Behavioural Optometrists (BABO) in the UK (Smita is a member and past-Chairperson of their education committee).

Optometric Extension Program Foundation Inc. (OEP) in the USA (Smita is a member).

College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD) in the USA (Smita is a member).

Nutrition & Exercise - nutritionists Jules Cattell & Alessandro Ferretti - Jo McRae - Holistic exercise specialist - nutritional supplements - website with information for Parents - website for Equipment - website for Equipment

A great blog by Miss Crystal Ding detailing a number of aspects surrounding diplopia.

Excellent blogging from a parent whose daughter is following a course in Vision Therapy:

Here's a super example of an active mother: Little Four Eyes: She also has a facebook group.

There are a number of great homeschool blogging mums - here is one example.

Sue Barry paid a nice homage to the ‘mom advocates’ in her blog.

Research articles and links of interest - “A new study released (has) revealed that nearly 70 percent of American adults experience eye strain caused by computers, tablets and smartphones.” 9 Jan 2014. - The rise of digital motion sickness: Video games, 3D films and iOS7 set to make condition the 21st century's biggest occupational disease. “Illness is a variation on motion sickness which is caused by gadgets…” 28 Sept 2013. - Have you got 'screen sightedness'? Smartphones are causing sight problems to soar, warns eye surgeon. “David Allamby says there has been a 35% increase in the number of people with advancing myopia since the launch of smartphones in 1997…” 15 Aug 2013. - The College of Optometrists in Vision Development blogs on “Strabismus — Is Surgery Enough?”. 23 Feb 2011. - the BBC reports on a study that reports a lack of outdoor play linked to short-sighted children. 25 Oct 2011. - Hillary Clinton Glasses Help With Double Vision Following Concussion. 25 Jan 2013. - Mouse Study: Light Passing Through Body Into Womb Helps In Eye Development. BBC News reports, "Light passing through the body and into the womb has an important role in the developing eye," according to research published in the journal Nature (in print, 14 Feb 2013). The study "showed that mice spending pregnancy in complete darkness had babies with altered eye development." The study also "indicated tiny quantities of light were needed to control blood vessel growth in the eye.” 16 Jan 2013.
The Independent reports “Some children diagnosed with autism at a young age later grow out of it, psychologists say, in a discovery that challenges the established view of condition as a permanent disorder of social functioning with no cure.” 15 Jan 2013.

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Book chapter: In 2010, Smita authored Chapter 10 (pp137-150) in "Tooties: Learning to learn" by Thea van Eijk-Looijmans, ISBN 9780929780269. Google Books entry.

Cycling Fitness, a magazine of Cycling Weekly, has published an article featuring Smita Trivedi and Naresh. Further details may be found in the Winter issue (Dec. 2011-Feb. 2012), pages 102 and 103.