Take the Quiz

Does your child (or do you) ever experience...

  • tired, sore, or strained eyes
  • headaches from reading or computer work
  • intermittent blurred vision
  • double vision
  • crossed or wandering eyes
  • lazy eye
  • losing their place when reading
  • slow word by word reading
  • difficulty copying from board or book
  • poor eye hand coordination or sports performance
  • avoiding reading
  • poor reading comprehension
  • letter or word reversals
  • frequent careless mistakes
  • confusing similar looking words
  • holding reading material close to your face
  • closing or covering an eye while reading or in bright light
  • trouble aligning numbers in columns
  • frequent accidents, trips, or spills
  • print moving or running together on the page
  • difficulty sustaining attention on close work
  • visual disturbances following a concussion

Vision Therapy may help...

If you answer “yes, that happens frequently” to any of these questions, you may have weaknesses in visual skills that vision therapy may help. An evaluation by a Behavioral Optometrist can determine if you would benefit from doing exercises to strengthen your visual skills. We provide evaluations for children and adults, as well as, free vision screenings for school aged children for just this purpose.