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Symptoms of a Vision Problem

 

  • Loss of place when reading
  • Skipping, re-reading or substituting words
  • Tired Eyes
  • Failure to recognize the same word in the next sentence
  • Words appear to move around on the page
  • Reversals of letters and numbers
  • Headaches
  • Blurred Vision
  • Double Vision
  • Frequently Rubbing Eyes
  • Short Attention Span
  • Achievement Below Potential
  • Eye Strain

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Have a preschooler who is not able to report symptoms? Here is a developmental checklist to make sure they are on track:

Developmental Checklist

  • There are some very useful Checklists to determine if you may have a visual issue.  Click the links below to learn more.