"Hi Susan and Anna,
Here's my take on your experiences. Vision begins as an electric signal being sent from the retina to the visual cortex (with other connections along the way) and then up to higher centers for processing and…"
Good luck getting back into the routine. You have come so far through VT and I hope you enjoy your new way of seeing for a long time coming.
P.S. Your holiday card was the best I've ever seen!"
You have a very complex history. We need more doctors specializing in VT around the world and the fact that you are having trouble finding one in all of Scotland emphasized this need!
Alternating exotropia refers to the eye turn…"
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We talk about the importance of ditching progressives for patients suffering from acquired brain injury because of the difficulty with the distortion from the peripheral parts of the lens. In your case I don't think the switch…"
"Thank you. We have a 504 plan but, the school is not following it and fighting it since Matt has 20/20 vision. In addition, the more time requirement has not been helpful as it takes Matt so much time to complete certain assignments. We then get…"
I can't comment on specifics but you may be able to secure 504 accommodations for school while you pursue treatment for Matt. They include larger print text and extra time on tests which will help with the deficiencies you…"
One way to check if you're using monocular cues is to close one eye. If you still see the bump then it is a monocular cue if it is different than when both eyes are open, then you are developing central stereopsis. …"
Thank you. We have a 504 plan but, the school is not following it and fighting it since Matt has 20/20 vision. In addition, the more time requirement has not been helpful as it takes Matt so much time to complete certain assignments. We then get overwhelmed with playing 'catch up'. Apparently, technology based accommodations should help but, there is a disconnect between all parties. Doctors are focused on therapies, schools want to only provide doctor advised accommodations (as they try to protect their teachers from 'discrimination against a disabled student suits') but, extra time and larger print doesn't help it actually creates 'other issues'. Parents are on the front lines but, aren't prepared to handle all that comes down the line. Was looking for technology based accommodations like - ipads, laptops, reading pens - to see if anyone has used them in classroom settings with success. Thanks again for your response.