Our office building is called the Sussex One Building. Patient parking is directly in front of the building entrance.
You will enter into a lobby with a water fall. Take one of the two elevators up to the third floor.
Exit the elevator and continue straight down the hallway. Suite #311 is the second door on your right, across from the water fountain and restrooms. There are bathroom keys at the front desk.
We have a kid-friendly reception area. There are books, toys, and kid magazines as well as adult magazines for our parents.
Stop in at the front desk to make sure that we have all of your paperwork completed. We typically e-mail or send you the forms in advance so the doctor has the opportunity to review them before your visit.
The doctor will bring the parent and child back to the examination room so that you have the opportunity to communicate any concerns with vision development.
Some of the testing is the same that is done at a routine eye examination – but we go way beyond the typical screening for tracking, focusing, eye teaming, and visual processing function. Expect testing to last 1.5 to 2 hours.
If your child is very anxious, we may have the parent try the test first or have the child sit in the parent’s lap during the initial part of the examination.
The second half of the testing includes eye-hand coordination skills and we will be in the larger therapy space and working at a desk.
Lighting can be adjusted if your child is sensitive to bright light. Your child will not have their eyes dilated at this appointment.
After testing is completed, you will make payment and receive a receipt at the front desk. We will confirm your consultation visit.
During your second visit to our office, you will receive a written report, insurance reimbursement information, and results and recommendations from the testing.
We look forward to your visit!