Katey Hajos, MS
I graduated from Ferris State University in 2005 with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology. Shortly after graduation, I started practicing vision therapy in a small office in Northern Michigan. Vision Therapy was a field that I knew nothing about, but quickly fell in love with the results and the positive impact it had on the lives of students who had been struggling. The following year, I moved to Flint, Michigan and started working in a large vision therapy practice. I specialized in working with youth on the autism spectrum and those diagnosed with ADHD because of their vision issues. In 2009, I moved to the Seattle area with my Navy husband and pursued a master’s degree in counseling, working with troubled youth in foster care. The Navy then brought us to Virginia in 2012 where I joined another vision therapy practice in Chesapeake. During my time at this practice, I coordinated with local homeschool and occupational therapy organizations to help spread the word about Vision Therapy and its positive effects. My husband and I wanted to move back to the Northwest since we left Seattle. We made the decision to move to Moscow so that he could pursue his dream of working in forestry by attending the University of Idaho and I was lucky enough to find a vision therapy practice to join. I am excited to be working for Dr. Randall Cummings and the whole staff at North Idaho Vision.