Summertime is the 'off-season' for the eyes. A time when doctors and patients can identify, train, and improve reading and vision-related learning issues for kids before they head back to school.
Use our checklist to make sure your practice is ready for testing, treating, and marketing your RightEye solutions, and get your kids ready for school!
1. Preparing for Patients
- Patient Questionnaire: Prepare a questionnaire for all school-age patients or their parents to complete before the exam. Sample screening questions include:
- Has your child lost interest in reading?
- Does your child have trouble concentrating in class?
- Does your child seem to struggle with school work?
- Has your child been diagnosed with a learning issue?
- Patient Talk Track: Use this talk track to explain the benefits of taking a Reading assessment.
- Showcase Your RightEye Services:
2. Testing Patients and Understanding Reports
We recommend always using Reading EyeQ and Functional Vision EyeQ together. If there is a vision issue identified on the Reading EyeQ report, you can review the Functional Vision EyeQ report to investigate further and provide the patient with EyeQ Trainer exercises to help improve their specific issues.
- What is Reading EyeQ?: Watch this short video to learn more about the Reading EyeQ report.
- Reading EyeQ Report Metrics: Understand the metrics shown on the standard Reading report.
- Sample Reports: Have Reading EyeQ and Functional Vision EyeQ sample reports on hand to help your patient understand their results.
3. Treating Vision-Related Reading and Learning Issues
- EyeQ Trainer Program: Provide this handout to your patients to help them understand their at-home, computer-based vision training program.
- EyeQ Trainer FAQ: Get answers to common questions your patients may ask about EyeQ Trainer.
- Maze Master Therapy Game: Use this eye-tracked therapy game in the office to improve reading and learning skills.
4. Putting It All Together
- Read our Guide to Growing Your Practice: Reading & Learning for a step-by-step guide on adding reading and learning assessments to your practice.