Tag Archives: strabismus

Reading Comprehension

I’ve written previously about some issues we were concerned about with our oldest child at the beginning of the school year. We had her evaluated by a Vision Therapy Professional to see if something between her eyes and her brain was causing … Continue reading

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Update: Vision Therapy #2

Child #1 completed her first visual perception / acuity testing session at the doctor’s office. I did not get to be present as I had to watch the other three children in their waiting room. The room Child #1 was … Continue reading

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Update: Vision Therapy Evaluation Appointment

I wrote previously about my oldest who was diagnosed around the age of three with accomodative esotropia. After a horrid experience at a “pediatric ophthalmologist” in the big city, our local eye doctor has successfully treated her by changing her prescription … Continue reading

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An Evaluation for Possible Vision Therapy

As I have written about previously, my oldest child has strabismus. She recently received progressive lenses which were hopefully going to help her see more clearly close up as well as continue to correct her eye alignment for farther away … Continue reading

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Strabismus: Accommodative Esotropia & Progressive Lenses?

About three years ago, an observant neighbor noticed our eldest child’s eyes were both turning inward. I dismissed it to the neighbor, but passed along the mention to my husband. I hadn’t known that he had problems with his eyes … Continue reading

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