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A Vision Deficiency Assessment is carried out by a Vision Deficiency Specialist and includes focal
length and light sensitivity plus the normal range of vision tests and colour tests.
The Vision Deficiency Specialist forms part of the care team looking after people with
eye problems especially those related to ocular motility, binocular vision, amblyopia
(lazy eye) or Strabismus (squint). He performs tests to diagnose problems and determine
An initial assessment of about 45 minutes. If required we can also provide a detailed written report. The
appropriate therapy is indicated and follow up appointments arranged for approximately
every second week after the assessment. The management programme usually involves small
exercises to be carried out twice daily with regular updates and changes after each
A typical course of treatment can last around 12 – 16 weeks.
EMail message from a satisfied parent
Thank you so much for everything you have done for my daughter.
Your treatment has made a huge difference in such a short
time. She came to you with glasses and double vision and
has improved so much in the last few months. She is
delighted that she no longer needs her glasses and both
the school and I are delighted by the improvement in her
work and reading.
I am so pleased to have discovered that glasses were not
the answer and that she only needed to be dedicated with
her eye exercises for a few months to sort the problem
With best wishes
For Further Information
British and Irish Orthoptic Society
Tavistock House North, Tavistock Square
London WC1H 9HX
Center for Cognitive Neuroscience University of Oxford
OXFORD DYSLEXIA UNIT
University Laboratory of Physiology
Oxford OX1 3PT
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