TAKE OUR VISION QUIZ
According to the American Optometric Association, there is an epidemic of undiagnosed eye and vision problems. Of children with learning difficulties, approximately 90 percent suffer with one or more vision problem. Often these problems go undiagnosed because children don’t realize they see the world differently than their peers and never complain to a parent. Annual eye examinations are now recommended for all school aged children.
The following is a symptom survey to assess if vision could be related to the problems you or your child are facing.
Blur when looking up close
Double vision or words run together when reading
Difficulty copying from the board
Headaches or rapid fatigue with near work
Poor reading comprehension
Skips or repeats words or lines when reading
Smart except in school
Dizziness/nausea when reading
Reverses letters or words
Tilts head/closes one eye when reading
Uses finger as marker for reading
Poor handwriting, writes uphill or downhill
Homework takes forever
Avoids close work/reading
Performing below potential
Misaligns digits or columns of numbers
Avoids sports or games that require eye-hand coordination
Labeled ADD/ADHD, dyslexic or behavior problem
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If you or your child answered yes to one or more of these symptoms, it may be a vision problem that could be corrected. Call us today for a developmental eye examination.