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Symptoms to watch out for any eye problems Reply
Dislike or avoidance of close work.
Short attention span for the child's age or frequent daydreaming.
Turns or tilts head to use one eye or closing one eye.
Placing head close to book or desk when reading or writing.
Excessive blinking or rubbing of eyes.
Losing place while reading or writing.
Using finger or marker to guide eyes.
Difficulty remembering. Identifying and reproducing basic geometric forms.
Difficulty with sequential concepts.
Poor eye-hand coordination when copying from black board or text book, throwing or catching a ball, buttoning clothing or tying their shoes.
Take an hour and a half to do 30 minutes of homework.
Works below their academic potential.
Falls asleep when reading.
Sees double when reading.
Too frequently omits small words.
Writes up or downhill on paper.
Rereads or skips lines unknowingly
Writes crookedly, poorly spaced; cannot stay on ruling lines.
Must feel or touch things to assist in any interpretation required.
Uses other hand as a 'spacer' to control spacing or alignment on charts or papers.
Headaches, nausea and dizziness.
Burning or itching eyes.
Blurring of vision at any time.
Difficulty in high intensity light such as sunlight.
Hitting people around while walking unknowingly either on sides or in front.
Hitting things kept on the floor while walking.
Having difficulties seeing in the dark.
Difficulty in differentiating colors

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22/08/2013
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