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Behavioural optometrist

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rrbrigi Wed 27-Feb-13 10:27:59

Hi BeehavingBaby,

I already wrote to her and waiting for her answer. Thanks.

BeehavingBaby Tue 26-Feb-13 21:58:16

BeehavingBaby Tue 26-Feb-13 21:34:56

There's a squinting etc thread on here, with an amazingly helpful optometrist who pops in, pretty down on BO though. DD was nearly blind in her squinting lazy eye at 2years old and now is one page behind the other with traditional therapy if that helps. Not considering surgery as she won't gain stereopsis unfortunately.

JulietAndRomeo Mon 25-Feb-13 18:55:01

I don't think you can see a BO on the NHS in west Sussex. The only NHS BO that I know about is Annette Grounds at Colchester hospital.

Engaging Eyes is an online vision thrapy program that might help a lazy eye / squint - depends how severe the squint is.

rrbrigi Mon 25-Feb-13 18:34:24


Do you know if my son can see a Behavioural optometrist through NHS?
If yes, please could you recommend one in West Sussex? If not, please could you recommend a private one?

Also, please tell me any success story with vision therapy and squint and lazy eyes.


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