Dr. Jeanne Howes, Ph.D.


Jeanne Howes, Ph.D., is the Director of Education for ChromaGen Vision. Dr. Howes is a licensed school psychologist, specializing in the educational needs of school aged children. She holds a master's degree in clinical psychology from the University of South Alabama and a doctoral degree from the University of Southern Mississippi.

Dr. Howes owns, Youth and Family Therapeutic Services, a well-established private practice in Florida. For over 23 years, she has worked with public and private schools providing comprehensive psychological services to hundreds of children and their families. She has traveled nation-wide providing extensive parent education through seminars and hosted a call in talk radio show focusing on "Positive Parenting".

Dr. Howes, in partnership with an optometrist, has formed Clear Solutions for Reading, a company offering innovative solutions for reading disorders in children and adults. She previously was an adjunct professor for a local university teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in the field of psychology.

Dr. Edward J. Huggett, JR. O.D.


Edward J. Huggett, Jr. OD, specializes in the practice of low vision and binocular vision dedicating his life to helping patients of all ages who suffer from severe vision loss and learning related vision problems. Dr. Huggett received his undergraduate degree from the University of South Florida then worked five years as a Resource Instructor for the Citrus County School Board, Crystal River Florida. Thereafter he obtained his Doctor of Optometry degree from the University of Houston in Houston, Texas 1990. He trained at the Lighthouse for the Blind in Low Vision and Vision Rehabilitation and is presently the founder and director of the Low Vision clinic at St. Luke's Cataract & Laser Institute in Tarpon Springs and the Children's Specialty Vision Clinic, Dunedin, Florida.

Dr. Huggett's expertise also expands to binocular vision treatment of eye muscle imbalances and tracking problems in patients of all ages. He is dedicated to vision therapy; creating programs and prescribing prescriptions designed to enhance cognitive processing for those with vision-related processing disorders. He was selected by the Toronto Blue Jays Major League team in 1994 as their Team Eye Physician. Dr. Huggett's specialized training helped improve the visual acumen of these athletes.

Currently, Dr Huggett is also co-presenter for the IMDSG, a monthly live Internet support group for persons around the world who have interest in learning the latest in low vision science and vision rehabilitation developments. For IMDSG he also is the chief contributor to the "Ask the Doctor" column that provides custom answers to submitted questions online. Additionally, he opened a free eye clinic within the Clearwater Free Clinic, Clearwater, FL and The Shepherd Center, Tarpon Springs, FL in 2008 serving the homeless, low income and victims of domestic violence.

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