SecondaryPage_Pic2Early detection is critical when it comes to vision problems, yet parents and teachers often have difficulty determining that a child has vision problems that can be treated with Vision Therapy. That’s because children have difficulty describing what they are seeing and not seeing. In fact, a child may pass a vision exam with “20/20 eyesight” and yet have significant vision problems that can affect his ability to succeed in school, work and social settings.

Here are some early warning signs that may indicate a problem.

  • Eye Strain, Eye Fatigue
  • Eye Tracking Problems
  • Depth of Perception Problems
  • Visual Disabilities such as Lazy Eye, Wandering Eye or  Crossed Eyes
  • Double Vision
  • Coordination Difficulty
  • Frustration at School
  • Lack of self confidence
  • Being labeled a slow learner.
  • Covering / Closing an eye
  • Avoidance of Near Tasks
  • Headaches
  • Postural Asymmetry
  • Reading Difficulties
  • Spelling Difficulties
  • Reversals of letters and numbers
  • Handwriting Difficulties

Glasses or surgery are not the solution to these problems.
Call (260) 497-7973 to learn how Vision Therapy can help your child.