We probably won’t know the full extent of Trevy’s vision deficit until he’s able to articulate shapes and numbers and such better.
But what we do know is this: directly resulting from surgery he lost the right peripheral field in both eyes.
Which is why this website caught my attention. Some of the activities are over Trevy’s cognitive place right now. But I think it’s a tool worth trying. And certainly worth bookmarking!
Another vision tip Dr. Eyes gave us: Place a red vertical line at the end of any pre-reading charts and such that Trevy is required to scan. As he learns to read we will carry this over and have red lines marking the end of each word and then sentence. Our goal is teaching him to continue to scan to the end…rather than stopping at his blind spot.
If you know of any other vision building tools to help make little eyes work please share in comments!