Remote Care


Evaluation as many patients ask us what the evaluation consists of: The evaluation involves 3 parts (can take about 3 hours broken down usually on 3 days)

Part 1 - Sensorimotor exam,
Part 2 - Visual Processing Exam.
Part 3 - is conference with parents.

Evaluation includes:

  • Eye Tracking (Ocular Motility) Testing – A measurement of micro eye movement called saccades.
  • Eye Teaming (Binocular Vergence) Testing – A measurement of coordination and convergence of the two eyes.
  • Eye Focusing (Accommodation) Testing – A measurement of automatic eye focusing relating to the clarity of near vision and near visual attention.
  • Visual Discrimination – The ability to see likes from differences.
  • Visual Memory – The ability to visually remember the characteristics of a shape/object after a brief presentation.
  • Visual-Spatial Relationships – The ability to see the difference among forms based on orientation.
  • Visual Sequential Memory – The ability to remember for immediate recall a series of forms in their specific order of presentation.
  • Visual Figure-Ground – The ability to perceive a form visually, and to find this form hidden in a clutter of background.
  • Visual Directionality – The ability to identify language symbols based on their directional orientation.
  • Visual Motor Integration – The ability to analyze visual information and reproduce the response in a paper and pencil task.
  • Visually Directed Gross Motor Function – The ability to effectively integrate the two halves of the body.
  • Visual-Vestibular Integration – The ability to integrate the visual system and the vestibular system.
  • Baseline reading tests – Standardized testing of word recognition and fluency.