Meet the Therapy Team

Ashley C. Baker, O.D., FCOVD

Dr. Baker graduated in the top of her class from the Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, TN, in 2004.

She is a behavioral optometrist and is a board certified Fellow of the College of Optometry in Vision Development. She is the Director of the Therapy Department at Family EyeCare Center and has a passion for helping patient’s achieve their visual goals.

She enjoys spending time with her husband, Philip, and their three children. She is an avid runner and loves attending sports events. Go Bucs!

Sheri

Sheri is a vision therapist who has worked in the optometry field since 2003. She works full time as a therapist in our Neuro Rehab Vision Therapy program. She enjoys working with patients who need treatment for learning related vision problems, strabismus, amblyopia, and traumatic brain injuries, to name a few. She has been working in the therapy field since 2006. She has completed over 90 hours of continuing education in this specialized area of optometry and would love to answer any questions patients may have. In her free time you will find she loves spending time with her husband, son and daughter-in-law, and grandchildren.

Wendy

Wendy is a full time vision therapist and has been a part of our team since 2011. She has had a great deal of experience in the medical field and enjoys making sure you have the best experience here at our office. Through our Neuro Rehab Vision Therapy program, she enjoys working with children who are having difficulties with academic performance, strabismus, lazy eye, and early learning milestones. She would be happy to answer any questions regarding the benefits from our therapy program. She has two daughters, Kenlee and Georgia.

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