Meet Our Team

In addition to providing vision care for the entire family, all of our doctors provide specialized testing and treatment of vision problems that interfere with reading, learning and activities of daily life. They each have extensive training in developmental optometry and vision therapy. Whether you or a loved one struggles with reading or you know someone who has vision problems that occurred as a result of a head injury of some kind, our doctors can help.

Dr. Matthew Anderson

Dr. Matthew W. Anderson is a 2005 graduate of the School of Optometry at the University of Waterloo. Dr. Anderson has over 1,000 hours of post graduate education in the diagnosis and treatment of binocular vision disorders. He is board certified in Vision Development & Vision Therapy by the prestigious international association, the College of Optometrists in Vision Development.

In addition to providing vision care for the entire family at Anderson Family Vision Care, he is the Director of the Gordon Ray Anderson Vision Development (GRAND) Institute, and has helped more than 700 patients improve their lives by eliminating their binocular vision disorders. He enjoys all aspects of Optometry, especially helping children with vision problems that are often mistaken for reading disabilities, attention problems and behavioral challenges.

Dr. Andrea D’Mello

Dr. Andrea D’Mello was born and raised in Calgary, Alberta where she attended University of Calgary and received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. She went on to graduate from The New England College of Optometry in Boston, Massachusetts, where she completed the Doctor of Optometry program. During her last year of Optometry school, Dr. D’Mello completed her studies via clinical rotations which included Ocular disease, family eye care, pediatric eye examination, specialty contact lens fitting, primary care, and low vision consultation. She is a proud member of The Manitoba Association of Optometrists and Canadian Optometric Association. When not working, Dr. D’Mello enjoys hiking, biking, traveling and spending time with her friends and family.

Dawn Grandmont

Dawn has enjoyed being a Vision Therapist since 2004, having formerly had a successful career as a Business College Instructor.  In 2008, Dawn became the 2nd Vision Therapist in Canada to receive her certification under the College of Optometrists in Vision Development.  After working over 13 years in the field of Neuro-Developmental Vision Therapy, Dawn brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our clinic and serves as our Head Vision Therapist.  An avid golfer and curler, Dawn also enjoys spending time with her many grandchildren.

Victoria Marr

Victoria brings to our team her extensive experience in the field of social services. She is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of the University of North Dakota with a Bachelor of Arts degree, majoring in Psychology. Victoria enjoys working with patients of all ages and is especially proud of her work with children who have Autism. She is an avid photographer and volunteers at her church when not spending time with her family and friends.

Ashley Yachison

Ashley grew up in Stonewall, Manitoba. After graduating high school, she had the wonderful opportunity to travel the world. She was able to experience the amazing scenery and culture of places such as South Africa, Egypt, Thailand, Greece, Ireland, and more. After joining Anderson Family Vision Care, Ashley was drawn to the patient care aspect of Neuro-Developmental Vision Therapy and is looking forward to receiving her certification in this field. When not busy working, Ashley enjoys spending time with friends and family.

Glenna Yachison

Glenna has worked with Anderson Family Vision Care for over seven years as a Certified Optometric Assistant. She is now the friendly face you seen when you first arrive at our clinic. Glenna provides the expertise we need as our Clinic Coordinator. Prior to starting her career, Glenna was blessed enough to enjoy raising her children until her kids were grown. She enjoys reading and travelling, but most of all spending time with her family.