|• 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