Eric Dye, May 02, 2013
Richard S. Tirendi the CEO and Co-Founder of VisionQuest 20/20 where
their slogan is "Because Every Child Deserves to See" joins Enterprise
Radio. He discusses the mission of VisionQuest 20/20 and the benefit of
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Diana Alvear, April 25, 2013
Up to one in four children in America have an undiagnosed vision
disorder. An eye surgeon says he’s found a better way, a revolutionary
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April 24, 2013
Interview with VisionQuest 20/20 Co-Founder and CEO, Richard Tirendi.
Chris Chinnock, March 10, 2013
3D in Medicine - A company called VisionQuest 20/20 (Mesa, AZ) has
developed a new vision screening test that can replace the Snellen eye
chart with a video game. It can screen for stereoscopic vision as well
as amblyopia (lazy eye), strabismus (eye misalignment), cataracts, and
focusing problems (nearsightedness, extreme...
March 7, 2013
Vision and hearing screening programs are standard requirements
administered in school-based preschool and K-12 schools as an
undiagnosed issue with either can affect quality of learning. These
programs are intended for early detection, diagnosis, and treatment of
children with hearing and vision problems.
A vision testing program must meet per state requirements and be
provided under the direction of qualified personnel such as school
nurses, licensed ophthalmologists, and optometrists.
FoxNews.com, March 05, 2013
Technology is changing the way we view the world, and the American
education system is no exception.
With as many as one in four children living with undiagnosed vision
disorders that may be affecting their performance in school, it’s more
important than ever for kids to get screened early.
Robin Raskin, February 14th, 2013
When I went to school vision and hearing testing were just another
part of the indignities suffered. For the school, it was one more item
added to the over-worked school nurse’s plate. And for all of us, the
ubiquity of the standard eye-chart is almost indelibly inscribed in our
Today, 13 states don’t even have mandatory vision screening in schools.
Others rely on untrained parent volunteers. And for the most part, they
rely on some sort of standard wall chart.
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