“VisionQuest 20/20 is demonstrating that advancements in computer, internet and vision screening technology can overcome the barriers to large scale vision screenings, and help solve this serious public health issue. I strongly encourage anyone involved with children’s vision health to learn more about VisionQuest 20/20.”
“Regular vision screenings can help detect vision problems early to ensure educational readiness, and for some children, even prevent irreversible blindness. VisionQuest 20/20 has developed an innovative model to promote regular vision screenings for school children by checking for vision problems while a child plays a 3-minute video game. This model program is an exciting part of the solution to help protect the vision of our school children and ensure that every child reaches his or her full potential.”
"I used EyeSpy 20/20 for the first time to conduct a vision screening program on 729 K-6 students. All the students loved the ‘video game’, did not seem to realize we were actually checking their vision and were not at all apprehensive. Many wanted to “play the game” again! Even students who spoke little or no English, immediately knew what to do. I found the program very user-friendly & especially like the data collection/sorting features. Being able to easily print summary reports saves me so much time.”
“I’ve been using the EyeSpy 20/20 vision screening program for years. My entire staff and I absolutely love this amazing approach to assessing children’s ability to see. Simply put, EyeSpy 20/20 makes our job much easier, much faster, and the results are significantly more accurate!”
A parent requesting anonymity wrote:
“My daughter had been given glasses a year ago. When she was screened at school using EyeSpy 20/20, she failed. We went back again to see the eye doctor and my daughter was diagnosed with amblyopia. She now doing wonderful in school, no headaches, and her nose is always in a book. This program saved my daughter from going blind in her weak eye.”
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