Take the Visual Problem Assessment Step 1 of 3 33% Type Of Problem Reading and Learning Developmental Head Injury Sports Performance Other Please select any of the above that apply.General Symptoms Headaches with reading or computer time Dizziness/nausea Balance difficulties Reduced hand-eye coordination Objects appear to move Double vision Difficulty in crowded or busy environments Please select any of the above that apply. General Symptoms Reduced reading speed Reduced reading comprehension Blurred vision Eye strain/fatigue Difficulty sustaining attention Clumsy Difficulty tracking moving objects Please select any of the above that apply. General Symptoms Headaches with reading or computer time Dizziness/nausea Balance difficulties Reduced hand-eye coordination Objects appear to move Double vision Difficulty in crowded or busy environments Please select any of the above that apply. Reading Specific Symptoms Mistakes words with similar beginnings Difficulty recognizing letters, words, or simple shapes and forms Can't distinguish the main idea from insignificant details Trouble learning basic math concepts of size, magnitude, and position Frequently skipping lines and losing place Reading with a finger or a ruler These symptoms are related to early readers. Please select any of the above that apply.Learning Related Visual Motor symptoms Sloppy handwriting and drawing Slow copying off board or writing Poor spacing when writing Can't stay on lines Poor copying skills Can respond orally but not in writing Reversing letters, numbers or words Please select any of the above that apply. Visual Aliasing TestDoes this pattern move or cause negative symptoms?Yes, very uncomfortableNot uncomfortable but it is not stableNo it's finePlease click the link to view the aliasing test. This link is separate so you can immediately close the window if it causes symptoms: Visual Aliasing Test Would you like to submit this information with your contact details.YesNoPreferred LocationVictoriaNanaimoEmail PhoneHow to Identify a Vision ProblemChildren should be referred for a comprehensive eye exam whenever visual symptoms are noticed or if they are not achieving their potential. Many of these vision problems will not be detected during a school vision screening or limited vision assessment as part of a school physical or routine pediatric health evaluation. This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.