Eye Champion is available world-wide to Optometrists
Eye Champion will allow you to provide VT to your patients.
Eye Champion is a FUN and comprehensive program, which can be provided to primary, High School and Adults.
All Optometrists, can be sent the Eye Champion ‘Starter Pack‘.
This provides all the information you require to Get Started.
To request your ‘Starter Pack‘ please submit an online enquiry and our office will reply.
Eye Champion includes VT for:
- Binocular Vision
- Eye Tracking
- Convergence – Base Out and Jump Duction
- Eye Scanning
- Visual Processing
- Reading Fluency…….. ALL IN ONE PROGRAM!
Eye Champion will allow you to provide Vision Therapy to:
- Develop Vision Skills
- Increase Reading Fluency
- Enhance Concentration
- Improve School Performance
Eye Champion has individualised programs for Preschool, Primary and High School/ Adults.
1. How do I Get Started?
2. Does Eye Champion provide Test Program?
Yes, the Eye Champion ON-LINE TEST program is available to ALL optometrists.
The Test Program includes: Eye Scanning, Visual Memory, Convergence, Divergence and Reading Fluency.
The Eye Scanning and Visual Memory provide age-based Percentile scores.
3. Is Eye Champion FUN?
Yes, Eye Champion includes multiple games as well as 3D Random Dot Stereograms.
Children are awarded with Gold, Silver or Bronze Medals.
Yes. This is one of the major advantages of this program.
Eye Champion is Internet-based and iPad Compatible, so patients can access the program on any computer or iPad.
5. Can I keep track of my patients?
Yes. All your patient’s results are available in a easy-to-see table.
The results can be seen 24/7, from any computer with internet access or iPad.
6. How long does the program take?
Most children complete the program in 3-4 months, but Eye Champion has NO TIME LIMIT.
Symptom Check List:
If a patient shows ANY of these signs they may benefit with Eye Champion:
1) Slow reading speed
2) Reduced comprehension
3) Attention issues
4) Learning difficulty
5) Skips words or loses place
6) Reverses letters or words e.g. was = saw
7) Tired or fatigued at the end of school day
1) Words become blurry
2) Works close to the page
3) Closes one eye or covers eye with hand
4) Uses finger to read
5) Rubs eyes during or after periods of reading
6) Words seem to ‘move’ on the page
7) Tendency to knock things over on a desk or table
8) Exhibits avoidance of reading or home work