Serving the Joliet and Plainfield area
Illinois State requires eye exams for incoming kindergarten children. Are you worried that your child is too young to be tested? It is no longer mandatory that they know their alphabet letters to be tested, nor will they need to be able to verbalize whether option #1 or #2 is better. Special techniques allows vision testing to work for nearly everyone. You and your child will have a pleasant experience.
In addition to her doctorate degree in optometry, Dr. Weisz has a master’s degree in educational psychology. She also received a Certificate in Pediatric Optometry from Illinois College of Optometry.
Avoidance of reading
Deterioration of performance
Do they struggle with reading? Your child's examination will assess not only evaluation of distance vision, but also of the important functional visual skills necessary for reading. These include skills of near-point focusing, binocular teamwork of the two eyes ("muscle balance"), and eye movement control or visual tracking.