After years of thinking that there was something 'wrong' with his 20/20 vision, I had him tested on less usual factors like convergence and tracking and guess what? His eyes don't focus together!
Separately they are fine - but together they are not lining up. Which makes reading really hard and eye strain a given. Today got his long desired glasses which made him and Jesse 'matcher's.' Something that is important to him.
In the picture Josh is also excited because he officially started his Beta MUS book this week and the second book in the Pathways readers. He adores these readers because they are all simple farm stories. This is strong progress over a year ago when A was still new every morning and the numbers 1-10 were really iffy. GREAT JOB JOSH!
It was also week one of vision therapy to see what part of the problem is permanent damage and what can be strengthened. In a situation like his (PFAS) there is no guarantee that this will help, but we are willing to invest the next 4 months as an experiment.
Isaac got in on this post only because he was being so cute...another serious thumb sucker.