My Double Vision tells the story of a patient who still experiences double vision even after a history of patching an eye. This picture book explains the signs and symptoms of esotropia (crossed-eye). It covers current testing methods and advanced vision therapy training used to correct this vision disorder. The goal of binocular (two-eyed training) is to achieve both clear, stable vision and 3-D depth perception.
Many patients with esotropia experience:
- double vision
- head turn or tilt
- crowding of print
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My Perfect Vision
Learn more about Vision Therapy through a simple story and colorful illustrations. These are great books for children starting their vision therapy journey.
Many children and adults experience difficulty with:
- accurate clarity of focus (vision is blurry or fluctuates)
- speed of switching focus from near to far (difficulty copying from the board or switching between speedometer and street signs when driving)
- the ability to sustain focus for long periods (testing and computer work)
Focusing difficulties are common after head injuries such as concussion and as a side-effect to many medications. They also occur when accuracy and flexibility of the focusing system do not develop.
Common symptoms after a head injury include blurred and double vision, tracking difficulties and light sensitivity.
My Jumbled Vision
If you fumble or take a tumble – your vision might jumble. Learn about the vision problems that often follow a concussion and how vision therapy can help recover clear and comfortable sports vision.
Pages = 28 Reading ease = 97.1
Flesch-Kincaide Grade Level= 1.4
*Spanish: Mi Visión Confusa