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The transition from kindergarten to primary school is not only an overwhelming learning experience for children, their eyes also need to adjust to read faster, more precise and accurate. If their vision or visual perception is inadequate, or any binocular vision problem arises, it can create learning difficulties, emotional or behavioral issues. School Vision Assessment is a tailored comprehensive vision examination targeting school children, to understand more about their visual functions, identifying and providing a solution for any visual problems to improve their quality of learning. Base on the performance comparison with other children in the same age, if their visual functions are found to be lag behind, vision training may be recommended.

Key assessment about student:

  • Ability to maintain attention when reading
  • Whether two eyes are functioning efficiently as a team to fixate on words while reading
  • Whether they experience any transient blur
  • Ability to change focus accurately and efficiently from far to near (board to page on desk), and vice versa
  • Ability to maintain attention when reading
  • Any skipping / repeating words or rows when reading

School Vision Assessment covers:

  • Case History
  • Visual Acuity Assessment (e.g. Amblyopia)
  • Refractive Status (e.g. Myopia, Hyperopia or Astigmatism, Presbyopia)
  • Binocular Vision (e.g. Strabismus, Stereopsis)
  • Accommodation (e.g. Amplitude, Facility)
  • Ocular motility (e.g. Pursuit, Saccadic eye movement)
  • Color Vision (e.g. Color Defect)
  • Intra-ocular Pressure
  • Ocular Health (e.g. Dilated Fundus Examination for Retinal and Macular Assessment)
  • Fundus Photography
  • Diagnosis and Recommendation