Can Vision Therapy Help You? Check all symptoms that apply: Skip lines while reading or copying Lose your place while reading or copying Skip words while reading or copying Substitute words while reading or copying Reread words or lines Reverse letters, numbers or words Use a finger or marker to keep place while reading or writing Read very slowly Poor reading comprehension Difficulty remembering what you've read Close (within 7-8 inches) to reading and/or writing material Squint, close or cover one eye while reading Tilt head in an unusual porture when reading or writing Headaches after intense visual activities such as reading or computer work Eyes hurt or feel tired after close work Unusually tired after completing a visual task Double vision Vision blurs at a distance when looking up from near work Crooked or poorly spaced writing Print moves or goes in and out of focus when reading Poor spelling skills Letters or lines “run together” when reading Words appear to jump on the page when reading Misalign letters or numbers Make errors when copying Difficulty tracking moving objects such as balls Clumsiness or poor coordination Difficulty with eye‐hand coordination sports such as baseball An eye that turns in or out One eye sees more clearly than the other, even with glasses Feel sleepy while reading Lose awareness of surroundings when concentrating Dislike tasks requiring sustained concentration Confuse right and left directions Restless when working at a desk You must feel things to "see" them Car sickness or motion sickness Excessive blinking Excessive eye rubbing Dry eyes Watery eyes Experiencing red eyes Sensitivity to light Your Score 15-20 = Possible functional vision problem 21-30 = Probable functional vision problem 31+ = Definite functional vision problem Scored Above 15? The next step is to set up an evaluation. Call us at Call Us 805-307-5088 – OR – Request An Appointment Scored Above 15? The next step is to set up an evaluation. Call us at Call Us 805-307-5088 – OR – Request An Appointment Read more about Why Visit A Developmental Optometrist.