VisionQuest 20/20 is committed to raising awareness and providing its community with knowledge. We have compiled some valuable resources to help you share and champion the growing public health issue surrounding childhood vision disorders.
Implementing EyeSpy 20/20™
We are passionate about the vision health of America’s youth and understand the competing demands on our schools and the budget concerns they face.
SeetoSucceed.org, our affiliated website, was created as an online community, designed to provide training, support, best practices, sample letters to sponsors and resources for parents and schools to raise awareness and funds for EyeSpy 20/20™.
If you have already purchased EyeSpy 20/20™, or are looking for more information about bringing the program to your school, visit SeetoSucceed.org for more information
We need people like you – Moms, Dads, Grandparents, school officials & educators, medical professionals, philanthropic donors, corporate sponsors, and the media to help raise awareness of this issue, and focus on implementing this program in your school.
Visit Our Advocacy Page for ways you can take action, and spread awareness about the importance of annual childhood vision screenings.
Educational Publications and Websites
Visit these educational resources to learn more about vision-related issues and research, as well as good eye care and precautionary measures to share with your family, school and community:
Prevent Blindness America - Signs of Possible Eye Problems in
- The National
Eye Institute's (NEI) See All You Can See
- Instrument-Based Pediatric Vision Screening Policy Statement: The Official Journal of American Academy of Pediatrics
Locate a Qualified Eye Doctor
Visit the following professional associations to help locate a local eye doctor in your area:
American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus
Medical Validation of EyeSpy 20/20™
Journal of American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and
Title: A pilot study evaluating the use of EyeSpy 20/20™ video game software to perform vision screening in school-aged children
Volume: 14, Issue 4, August 2010, Pages 311-316
Authors: Rupal H. Trivedi, M. Edward Wilson, M. Millicent Peterseim, Kali B. Cole, Ronald G.W. Teed