Convergence Insufficiency (CI) is a diagnosis that can often be overlooked and yet have significant consequences for children...and adults. Patients can be missed if they are only tested for clarity of sight, eye health and lens testing for glasses.
The child with Convergence Insufficiency will typically struggle in the classroom particularly with reading and attention and concentration. They may appear to have ADHD but in fact have a vision problem.
To find out more, download this brief slide show to learn what it feels like to have Convergence Insufficiency (CI). Download how_would_you_feel_if_it_looked_like_this.ppt
Your questions or comments are welcomed.
Dan L. Fortenbacher, O.D., FCOVD