Children should receive their first eye exam at the age of six months, then again when the child turns three. Subsequent exams should be given before the child starts school at 5, then every two years after that. Based on family history or other indicators, your eye care professional may recommend a more frequent exam schedule. We also focus on testing Binocular Vision - the ability of both eyes aiming simultaneously at the same visual target; vision wherein both eyes work together -- simultaneously, equally and accurately -- as a coordinated team.
Many eye disorders, including hyperopia (farsightedness), myopia (nearsightedness), & amblyopia (lazy eye) can occur in early childhood, and may affect your child's ability to learn. A comprehensive eye exam can detect these and other disorders.
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ReadAlyzer Eye Movement Recording System with Automatic Reading Analysis. In a few minutes, the ReadAlyzer objectively measures reading skill. A ReadAlyzer measurement is fast and simple.
The subject puts the measuring goggles on. If the subject has ordinary glasses or contact lenses, they can be worn as usual.