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Functional Vision Assessment

This short assessment is designed to help determine whether or not your child has vision issues that can be corrected with proper treatment. It’ll only take a few minutes.

For best results, have your child with you and ask him or her these questions, without pressure. We recommend re-phrasing the questions to real-life situations that make the issue easier to understand for your child.

For example, if the question asks, “Does your child have blurred vision?” you can ask your child, “When your teacher draws or writes on the board at school, is it ever hard for you to see what he/she is writing?”

It’s okay if your child isn’t able to describe the issues in this assessment. Just answer to the best of their, and your, ability.

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